Well there is good news and bad news. Unfortunately pitting is the result of adding salt to the water before it is boiling and causing a chemical reaction. This cannot be fixed, but can only be prevented by not adding salt until water is fully boiled. The good news...this will not affect the performance of your cookware.
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- Do you need to cook in a special or different way with stainless steel?
- Do I need to season my pans?
- How can I get food to not stick to my stainless steel pan?
- How do I know when my pan is hot enough to start cooking?
- Why is it important to get the temperature of the pan correct before adding food?
- I have a food/kitchen/cookware related question. Can you help?
- My cookware is pitting! How can I fix it?
- What are the white spots left on my cookware after cleaning?
- Can I use steel wool/abrasive cleaners on my cookware?
- I love dropping a hot pan in the sink and watching it steam. Is that bad?