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PTFE, otherwise known as teflon, has various formulations.  Plastisol will not stick to it, but some forms, like teflon tape, can melt with hot platisol.  Some teflon has a super high melting point and would be fine.

Sorry, not sure if this helps.

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19 hours ago, Anglinarcher said:

PTFE, otherwise known as teflon, has various formulations.  Plastisol will not stick to it, but some forms, like teflon tape, can melt with hot platisol.  Some teflon has a super high melting point and would be fine.

Sorry, not sure if this helps.

Thanks.  That makes sense, since teflon skillets get very hot.

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My 30 year old stirring sticks are teflon.  You can leave them in the pyrex while heating in the microwave.

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