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rpledm said

Le Creuset Kettle ... melting, melting, melting ...

My Melting Le Creuset Kettle ( the wicked witch syndrome):

https://plus.google.com/photos/114750896647551815463/albums/5863784902042463169/5863784991066310210

That, plus the fact it spits like mad when pouring out … a really bad design and use of inappropriate materials.

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Spot52 select said

That is awful. I left one on the stove,and it boiled dry. The enamel melted onto the burners. It was embarrassing. I have never had a non-enamel one. Sometimes it will sprut out the spout onto the cup and counter. I do not know why. It does not always do it.

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john12 said

That’s really unfortunate. I’ve always had good luck with their cookware.

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momo said

Ouch. That’s pretty bad given the high regard given to their products.

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Dustin said

Have you thought about contacting the company? I’d be interested to know how they respond.

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I’m MELTING.. mellllllting! (couldn’t resist)

Wait, that’s a Le Creuset? I thought their stuff was high quality (and expensive), I’d totally contact them.

ouch http://www.amazon.com/Le-Creuset-Quart-Stainless-Kettle/dp/B002YKS0I8 looks like a lot of people had the same issue

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Oh man, that blows

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Dinosara said

Yeah they usually guarantee their cookware. If it just spontaneously started melting they should replace it for you.

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