Sur La Table® Platinum Professional Loaf Pan, 8½" x 4½"
Thick aluminized steel offers superior heat transfer, corrosion and rust resistance, and excellent durability. Each pan’s thickness is based on years of performance data to deliver perfectly even heat distribution and a lifetime of use. Steel wire is added to pan rims for extra strength and resistance to warping. Our Platinum bakeware is manufactured with 65% recycled steel.
Unique fluted design with corrugated construction maximizes strength and impact resistance, and resists warping and denting that can occur with use. Textured surface allows airflow under baking food for beautifully even overall results and easy release every time.
In addition, our eco-friendly nonstick silicone coating is specifically formulated for baking and contains no PTFEs or PFOAs. The most advanced coating available, no other surface releases food and cleans up more easily.
Hand wash with warm water and mild detergent using a sponge or nylon pad. Rinse and pat dry thoroughly. Use only silicone, nylon or wooden tools. Do not cut in the pan or use sharp metal utensils. Do not heat beyond 450°F. Wash before first use. 8½" x 4½" x 2", 1-lb. capacity. Made in the USA.
- Care: Hand wash with warm water and mild detergent using a sponge or nylon pad. Rinse and pat dry thoroughly. Use only silicone, nylon or wooden tools. Do not cut in the pan or use sharp metal utensils. Do not heat beyond 450°F. Wash before first use.
- Capacity: 1 lb.
- Dimensions: 8" x 4" x 2"
- Material: Aluminum with silicone coating
- Made in USA
New Developed just for Sur La Table in Pittsburgh, PA, by USA Pan, our commercial-quality mini loaf pan meets the highest standards for performance and...See product page for full details »
I received 4 pans (loaf and round cake) as wedding gifts and all 4 pans rusted on the underside of the rolled edge.
If you zoom in on the image that SLT used for this listing, you'll see rust in the corner of their pan, too
As for the reviewer who claims there is a rust issue with this, I haven't had a problem. The difference in color the reviewer says is rust in the photo is just where they cut the metal to form the pan. I'm sure if your ""first wash"" is in a dishwasher you may have some rust because dishwashing detergents are very harsh. But if you hand wash them (like you should do with any high quality bakeware) I don't think you'll have any problems
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