Mainstays 10" Non-Stick Skillet

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Walmart #: 550993265
Mainstays 10" Non-Stick Skillet
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  • Aluminum and ceramic construction
  • Non-stick ceramic interior
  • PTFE- and PFOA-free
  • About this item

    Mainstays 10" Non-Stick Skillet provides a smooth way to make your meals with its aluminum and ceramic construction. This pan is easy to clean after use. This 10" skillet is just the size for preparing various types of dishes for your family. It is also PTFE and PFOA free.

    Mainstays 10" Non-Stick Skillet:

    • Aluminum and ceramic construction
    • Non-stick ceramic interior
    • PTFE- and PFOA-free
    • Skillet has an easy-to-clean surface
    • Dimensions: 10" diameter

    Specifications

    Non Stick: Yes
    Primary Color: Red
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: WCESK23
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.25
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 17.12 x 10.39 x 1.96
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550993265
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    Customer Reviews | 74 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    74 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    Great little skillet - excellent value
    11/10/2013

    Customer review by Graceful19

    5.0 stars by Graceful19

    I bought this pan on a whim. Usually buy high quality pans that cost $100 or more. Long-time cook. Saw this skillet in Walmart for under $10 and decided to give it a try because it's PTFE- and PFOA-free. Been using it for a couple of months now, and Wow! 1) Really is non-stick 2) Cleans up so easily 3) Blue color is pretty and handle is sturdy and comfortable 4) Lightweight and easy to handle 5) Cooks evenly - eggs, sauteed veggies, bacon and sausages, all turn out great 6) Sits flat on my stove and hasn't warped - because it's light it heats quickly and I rarely need to turn the heat up past medium All in all, a great little skillet at an amazing price.

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    Graceful19
    Washington State
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
    A nice little pan at a great price.
    9/5/2013

    Customer review by gkdiamond

    5.0 stars by gkdiamond

    I decided to try a ceramic pan instead of the teflon pans I have always used in the past. The pan is a little thinner than most teflon coated aluminum pans so I was a bit worried that it might heat unevenly or overheat. I use it on gas burners and have not had either problem, in fact, using the burner on high does not seem to be any different than other pans I have used. I cook everything in this pan including rice and pastas (with a glass lid). There is no stick and it is very easy to clean, and the bottom has a nice gripping surface. I would be willing to pay a little more for a fitted lid but unfortunately it does not come with one. It seems like pans do not come with lids anymore. I am very pleased with this inexpensive pan and plan to buy another one.

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    gkdiamond
    Phoenix, AZ
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    90 day Torture testing gets a pass+
    8/18/2013

    Customer review by NorthTexan

    4.0 stars by NorthTexan

    I bought this pan with the intention of seeing what abuse it could take, writing off the $10 as the cost of my curiosity. It has been used almost daily for about three months with almost no consideration to the interior coating. I should say that before the first use, I "seasoned" the coating by applying a thin film of pure vegetable shortening and then heating on a middle burner setting for ten minutes. Then I let it cool completely and wiped away any visible shortening. We have 4 cooks in the house, all of whom have tried to wear this blue jewel down. Yes, we have used metal spoons and spatulas as often as plastic or hi-temp silicon. The lack of scratches from the metal utensils may be due to having only solid stainless ones with any sharp edges ground smooth. It has cooked perk chops, steaks, burgers, chicken, stir-fries, hash browns, omelets, fried eggs, fish sticks, grilled cheese - whatever. Because the aluminum is really quite thin, it heats quickly, and overheats just as quickly. I find setting the burner at 1/3 to 1/2 of the heat I would use for a "good" skillet cooks just as effectively, avoids scorching, and saves energy. But this is a torture test, so when the pan was new and we used the "normal" burner settings, a number of things scorched to black, and some of those stuck. In one case I thought the white ceramic was going to be permanently stained, but I put a paste of Bon Ami powdered cleanser on it for about 15 minutes, applied a little elbow grease and the pan looked brand new again. Anytime the pan needed more than a wipe to clean it, it has been re-seasoned with the shortening. For all of the abuse visited upon this pan, the only damage has been to the pretty blue exterior. Tips for happiness with this line of cookware are: 1) Get some Bon Ami so you can scour it without scratching it. 2) Season the surface lightly when you give it a strong cleaning. 3) Save energy by keeping the burner setting low. I now own 5 pans with the white ceramic interior coating. All are the same thin, cheap, energy-saving aluminum construction. Handled properly, they are an excellent value.

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    NorthTexan
    Roanoke, TX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by krystal 7/19/2013
    11 answers
    • A. This pan is especially good for things that stick to other pans - think eggs, pancakes, etc. It holds up very well and i have not found anything yet that will not be cooked evenly and wonderfully on this pan.
      by kmcgrew2135/3/2015
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    • A. I have cooked everything from turkey sausages to sautéing vegetables and everything has come out yummy good!
      by dashopaholic22/10/2015
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    • A. I have used this skillet as I have any other skillet. The non-stick ceramic interior is AWESOME!
      by cindy55inpa2/10/2015
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    • A. I have cooked steaks, pork chops, scrabbled eggs, french toast, pancakes and they all turned out great.
      by wintermadison2/10/2015
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    • A. I guess it depends on what you mean by anything. I purchased it to make omelets in it, but used it for sausage, bacon, quesadillas, pan frying chicken strips, sauteing vegetables, etc...
      by rocketgurl5/3/2015
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    • A. I wouldn't use mine to stir-fry at very high heat, but otherwise it's pretty versatile.
      by Graceful192/10/2015
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    • A. I have tried a wide variety...even frozen burgers. The answer is Yes. Instructions warn against high heat, but high heat should be avoided for health reasons anyway.
      by koodog2/10/2015
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    • A. I have cooked many different things, and clean-up is so easy. Highly recommend
      by harleyandbj10/3/2013
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    • A. I cook everything in it that I have cooked in other pans including ground beef and hamburgers, eggs, rice, grilled cheese sandwich, pancakes, pasta, pork chops, etc.
      by gkdiamond2/10/2015
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    • A. Seems like it would work for everything
      by myoponion7/28/2013
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    by Comet 9/18/2013
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    • A. No. It would be too abrasive on ceramic coating.
      by tessmess5/3/2015
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    • A. Not recommended! But to date, I haven't had anything stick so badly that I thought comet would be needed! Warm soapy water is all that is needed with a soft sponge!
      by dashopaholic25/3/2015
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    • A. Use only non-abrasive materials to clean it. It wipes clean with soft paper towel then hand wash with a sponge and good dish soap. No need to scrub.
      by Skyeyes265/3/2015
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    • A. I wouldn't and it's not necessary. It's so easy to clean with plain dishwashing soap and water.
      by cindy55inpa5/3/2015
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    • A. I wouldn't, instead use something like soft scrub.
      by wintermadison2/9/2014
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    • A. I would not recommend it. It's likely to scratch the ceramic finish.
      by rocketgurl1/22/2014
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    • A. NO and you won't need to if you follow the dirrections.
      by tina197012/11/2013
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    • A. I wouldn't because you might scratch it. I haven't need any type of abrasive cleaner and mine still looks great. If yours is stained, you might try a paste of baking soda and water, let it sit in the pan for a while and then clean with a non-scratch scrub sponge.
      by Graceful1911/11/2013
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    • A. yes, but gently. i found that a scotchbrite works very well with plain soap suds.
      by katty1411/10/2013
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    • A. Good Lord NO!!! Use a dry paper towel. That is all you will ever need!
      by koodog11/11/2013
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    by ML 6/22/2014
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    • A. This pan is not meant for oven use.
      by CommunityAnswer11/15/2014
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    • A. no, i think it's rated under 375. i think it's stated under the label. you'd have to peel it back to read it. When nobody in the store is looking. lol.
      by An anonymous customer8/22/2014
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    • A. No. On the back of the label that is stuck to the center of the pan it says "Caution. Handle is designed to be heat resistant up to 350 degrees. Do not use under broiler as broiler temperatures exceed 500 degrees." A little lower on the label it says "Dishwasher safe. Wash before first use. Do not use abrasive sponges when cleaning. Do not over heat pan when empty. Use nylon or wooden utensils when cooking." Hope this helps.
      by dognostrils4/4/2015
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    • A. Hi, I responded to your question yesterday and have some actual information for you. I was breaking down the box from the 12 piece set made out of the same material and this was on the "bottom" of the box-I saw it completely by accident: Cookware: Bakelite handle is designed to be heat resistant up to 350F Silicone Handle for mini omelet pan is designed to be heat resistant up to 400F Do not use under broiler as broiler temperatures exceed 500F Kitchen utensils: Heat resistant up to 410F Hope this is helpful.
      by dah12/10/2015
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    • A. Sorry, this is not really an answer but here goes. I bought the 10 piece set and there is use and care sheet in it. The only thing it says is that the coating and pan can withstand temperatures up to 800 degrees but that it is best to not keep the heat higher than necessary for long periods of time (this sounds like on the stove, not in the oven use). It does says that if you have any questions to contact customer care on walmart.com
      by dah18/10/2014
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    • A. doubt it because handle would melt
      by CaliCutie5/3/2015
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    • A. No
      by Annadj136/29/2014
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