Well that's nice :shock: I just bought a new one(red, naturally...lol) for soaping and have an older one for cooking!!holly99 said:Mine is scratching but hasn't started chipping yet. I've probably made 10-15 batches in this particular crock pot. I originally had gotten a red one and the red was bleaching into the soap. Ahh! After that I read up on crock pots and lead, etc., and the Hamilton Beach brand was the only one that claimed to not have lead in their coating. White is just better in general in that regard. Crock Pot brand openly said they had lead in the coating. Anyway... long story longer right? ha ha
Interesting. It just must be too caustic for the ceramic. I use a stick blender only as far as anythign that might abrasive and I figure that is why mine scratches.TheSoapyEwe said:Oh, and I need to mention, I use only a plastic spoon for stirring to trace and stirring while it's cooking.
The brand is "Edison". Hmmm, I never seen that name before. I have a rain check for a new 6 qt. one from a one day sale at Kohl's and after a discount card it will cost me a little over $8. I can't wait. My Edison is a 3 qt.TheSoapyEwe said:Bruce,
We don't have an ABC here, what brand is yours? Maybe someone else locally would carry the brand.