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anyone know a good way of removing rust from a cast iron pan

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  • mutt
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    thank you guys

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  • Guest
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    I prefer the burning method, then use a wire brush to remove all residue. Once you have a clean surface, rub lightly with olive oil and bake at 350°-375° F for about an hour. This avoids all soap on the cast iron.

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  • GERG
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    If ya gotta buddy to sand blast it do it and re season it. Like brand new!

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  • FirstBubba
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    Steel wool is good. Use olive oil as a lubricant to float away the rust particles as you scrub.
    Once clean, place on open burner with full flame until it's dry. Apply olive oil liberally and place in 300 degree oven for at least an hour! (olive oil will not burn like Crisco or some other vegetable oil!)
    Another method, depending upon degree of rust. Build a good hot hardwood fire. When a good bed of coals developes, toss the pan in. Allow the fire to die. When the pan cools enough to handle, go to top of page!

    Bubba

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  • Jere Smith
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    That works very well.

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  • sterndixon
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    try scrubbing it with steel wool, then washing it good. Let it dry and re-season with oil in a hot oven. After that don't put soap on it again.

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  • sterndixon
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    try scrubbing it with steel wool, then washing it good. Let it dry and re-season with oil in a hot oven. After that don't put soap on it again.

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