On Sun, 24 Jul 2011 10:16:21 +0100, "john thompson"
I've used a rubber mallet and/or a broomstick on dents like that.
Support the edges where the flat starts and push out on the center of
the flat area. The flat comes out pretty easily, so take care. Slow,
firm pressure works best for me. YMMV
Self-development is a higher duty than self-sacrifice.
-- Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Without anyone getting overly excited at my comment
being unwarranted critique of skill levels might I say that
the owner of a nonstick alum alloy 'pan who was not possessed
of the skill to "dolly and hammer" the 'injury' (as described),
returning the vessel to serviceable use had best........
buy another fskn 'pan ensuring saving himself - and this
cross-posted thread the B/W!
I mean, really... really...
.. bless my brothel keeping Aunt for her efficiencies :-/
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