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Sufficiently damaged enamel could allow the metal underneath to start corroding. Eventually the corrosion could spread under larger pieces of the enamel, allowing them to flake off in large pieces. I don't see any evidence of that in your picture. Scratched and crazed enamel won't cause subtle problems, though, other than a minor loss of nonstick properties ...


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