Removing Lacquer Finish from Pans

I like Twinkle for cleaning copper. I have some pans with a lacquer finish. Can this be removed? I have lacquer thinner, but now what? Do I dip the pan in a pail of thinner? If so, for how long? How do I get the residue off? Has anyone been successful? Thank you.

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March 3, 20110 found this helpful

Leave the lacquer alone and in no way use any harsh chemical to try to remove it because those chemicals will leach into the tiny pores of the pan which will contaminate your food!

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