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John Ziebart 08-02-2021 10:06 AM

Will a Cracked Skillet Still Have a Distinct Beautiful Ring Tone?
 
I have a skillet that has a distinct beautiful ring tone when I fingernail snap it,yet it has a very fine "hairline" 3 inch long crack on the cooking surface about 2 inches below 12:00. I thought that wasn't likely.

Doug D. 08-03-2021 05:56 PM

Re: Will a Cracked Skillet Still Have a Distinct Beautiful Ring Tone?
 
While the test is subjective at best, it's probably more about far more-common cracks on skillet sidewalls.

Related: http://www.castironcollector.com/myths.php

John Ziebart 08-05-2021 07:55 AM

Re: Will a Cracked Skillet Still Have a Distinct Beautiful Ring Tone?
 
Thanks much ,just what I was looking for

SeanD 08-12-2021 09:09 AM

Re: Will a Cracked Skillet Still Have a Distinct Beautiful Ring Tone?
 
I have a #9 Erie skillet with a small crack in it by the handle, but it rings real nice. It may depend on the depth, length of the crack, but Im not sure.


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