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Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

Will I be able to use my copper-bottomed Revere Ware on my new glasstop stove?

By Trudy F. from Humboldt, NE

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October 24, 20100 found this helpful

You will be able to use them; however if they're warped, like mine were, you won't get the best heat transfer; and they may rock on the burners. I ended up buying some inexpensive, flat bottom stainless pans, which have held up amazingly well, the twenty dollar set is still going strong thirteen years later.

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May 8, 20101 found this helpful

I have a new glass stove top for the first time. I was warned by others to not cook with copper bottom pots and pans (Revere Ware) on it, since it can damage the glass stove top. Is there any truth to this? Thanks.

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Gilda from Marathon, NY

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Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

I've had no problems cooking with my copper pots and pans on my stove. (01/09/2008)

By Brenda

Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

I have had the Maytag Gemini for 4 years and have always used my Revere copper pots on it with no problem. (01/09/2008)

By Kathy

Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

I've had no problem using copper on my ceramic stove. Do not use cast iron unless smooth bottomed. It will damage the top. (01/10/2008)

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October 24, 20100 found this helpful

Can I use copper bottom pots and pans on my glass top stove? Thanks.

By max2 from Ontario

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Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

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Mine said no copper bottoms. Since I had none I didn't worry about it. You can find out from the manufacturer by emailing them. (05/11/2010)

By Lilac

Copper Bottomed Pans on a Glass Stove Top

This link goes to a Whirlpool ceramic stovetop FAQ:

whirlpool.custhelp.com

According to this, copper and aluminum are fine, but they recommend not dragging either of these types of cookware across the cooking surface as they tend to scratch the surface. Beyond that, with Whirlpool at least, copper is safe. (05/12/2010)

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