If nothing sticks to Teflon, how do they stick Teflon to the pan?
November 29, 2006 10:02am CST
Question to make you think
11 Jan 07
This is the 3rd question which I will answer the same to lol It was invented by Dr. Roy J. Plunkett Scientifically speaking, Teflon will not chemically bond to anything, but can be forced mechanically into small nooks and crannies. This slippery substance adheres to their surfaces once manufacturers sandblast them to roughen them, apply a primer, and embed the Teflon into the primer. If they get scratched you may find that the coating does wear off over time.