At what point should you ditch the old baking trays and splash out on a set of new, non-sticks? Senior Lifestyle Editor, Flic Everett, suggests the moment your tray becomes scratched or marked, it's time to start looking for a new one. The non-stick surface can be compromised by wear and tear, and you run the risk of having a baking-disaster.
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