Adding reinforcement to a nonstick coating was one of the big technological advancements taken back in the late 1970s/early 1980s to help improve the durability and scratch-resistance of nonstick coatings. With these reinforcements added to the coating, intercoat adhesion (the internal ability for the different layers of the coating to bond together) and the ability to withstand metal utensils and other surface abuse are enhanced, so the coating is stronger and will last longer.

There are three types of coatings explained:

  1. Unreinforced Coatings
  2. Internally Reinforced Coatings
  3. Externally Reinforced Coatings
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