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  • Jill Miller Shaffer

    how to recondition and reseason cast iron cookware- i only cook in castiron

  • Dreama Wallace

    Reconditioning & Re-Seasoning Cast Iron Cookware ~ This process uses no specialized equipment or large amounts of a nasty chemical. It also does not require power tools or very much elbow grease. You will need: Heavy-duty oven cleaner (EasyOff); rubber gloves; plastic garbage bags; white distilled vinegar; hot water; steel wool (#0000); lard, shortening, or olive oil; patience. #CastIron

  • Katie Denson

    Reconditioning & Reseasoning Cast Iron Cookware-- now that i have a cast iron pan!! :)

  • Sarahs Crafty Creations

    Reconditioning Cast Iron~ *Heavy-duty Oven Cleaner *Gloves *Garbage Bags *White Distilled Vinegar *Steel Wool **EDIT-Little more information about the chemicals: Griswold & Cast Iron Cookware Association RECOMMEND the oven cleaner method for reconditioning cast iron ~~Some people advise using high heat/self-cleaning oven cycle to clean cast iron. HOWEVER, High heat CAN/WILL warp/crack cast iron - Don't use this method, the oven cleaner is best

  • Linda Kleppe-Olson

    Clean Cast Iron Skillet Reconditioning & Re-Seasoning Cast Iron Cookware

  • Christina Swafford

    Reconditoning & Re- seasoning cast iron...she uses oven cleaner, but it can be done in a fire/super hot oven as well.

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