more a tip than a review”
by Mr stockton
To help stop tins rusting, as soon as you take the cake out of the tin wash ans dry the tin in your usual way. Then place the tin back in to the oven that will be cooling down but still warm enough the dry any parts missed while hand drying
Published 06 Jan 2014
A note from the team: Thank you for placing your review and for your handy tip, we feel this will be useful to other customers.
mini victoria tins”
I bought the above product when it was on offer last summer. They are fantastic! you do not need to grease the tins, the sponge comes out with no hassle and even though I have a dish washer I just put them in the sink and the excess sponge which isnt a lot just drops off. I have had no problem with rusting at all
Published 13 Jul 2012
by Mrs West
Great pan. Like the portion markings. Very robust feeling. Do you plan to sell the lids again?
Published 27 Feb 2012
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review. I'll be sure to pass on your 'bring back' request for the lidded version.
by Tammy Moody
I use this tin a fair bit as i like making traybakes i have noticed in the last few months that the nonstick is peeling off on the bottom and flaking off around the edges im quite disappointed as this tin was pretty expensive for me to buy at the time. However i will say that the tray bakes i have made in it have come out fairly well im just disappointed that the nonstick is flaking already ive only had the thing 6 months
Published 22 Nov 2011
A note from the team: Thanks for taking the time to write your review. I'm sorry to hear of the problem you'd had with the non-stick. I'll be in touch shortly.
by Diane Ball
I have had my traybake tins for years and they are still going strong. They are brilliantly sturdy and don't rust as one reviewer said hers did. You really shouldn't put baking tins in the dishwasher. I only have to give mine a wipe over as I use Lakeland baking parchment roll to line the tins.
Published 10 Jun 2011
This review is for an older version of this product
not all that long lasting”
by Ms Weston
I have 2 of these that I bought a few (maybe 5) years ago. I probably use them about 2-3 times a month, so not all that frequently. I find the size very convenient for traybakes and the marking guides useful. However, I have noticed that when they are put in the dishwasher, they do rust a bit (only on the underside of the lip, not anywhere your food would touch), and also in the last few months the non-stick has just started coming off. I baked some oven chips in one the other day, and instead of them just coming off the non-stick, they stuck and when I pushed at them with a wooden spoon, they came off and took the non-stick with them. I think it could be coated with better quality non-stick, since they are not all that cheap. Perhaps the quality has improved since I bought them? I have other cheaper pans that I've had less problems with.
Published 14 Nov 2009
A note from the team: It's always disappointing to hear that one of our products has not been up to our usual standards. I'll be in touch about the faulty tray bake, please accept my apologies.
by SHEILA EVANS
I bake a lot of traybakes, so what can you say except it's a very sturdy tin - not at all flimsy, bakes evenly, looks good for presentation in coffee mornings etc. reat value for money.
Published 01 Jun 2008