Jason L: Lots of work, I'll just pick one up from Walmart for $20.
Folea Enoh: love the way the oven was at 420
warhead thegamer: U do know u could've just used coke right
I want your souls: Everyone listen here with cast iron you never want to use soap and seep in and cause your food to taste like soap also if you cook fish in cast iron make sure that's all you use it for again it was seep to the pores of the cast iron and seep into your food.
Pete Horn: Can someone give me a link for where to buy elbow grease?
Crayz_daves Build: ppl never use oil to redo a cast Iron use bacon grease or if you can find it bear grease ,
phdmrlimb: I have a serious amount of rust on my cast iron dutch oven (about ten years outside) will this still work or is it scrap?
zumbazumba1: NOTHING REMOVES RUST BETTER and CHEAPER THAN VINEGAR- weak 6% that you buy in store will remove heavy rust.Boil it and you will get stronger concetration. Put the rusted object in vinegar ,let it soak over night and then use : Old tooth brush and some detergent or hand paste to remove light rust For heavy rust soak it 2-3 days and every day use tooth brush or wire brush to remove layers of rust.
Joe Tactical: Great ideas... Very simple way of taking care of a little rust... Thanks.
Joe Tactical: Why would that matter? He shared lots of helpful ideas and didn't fill the video with a lot of fluff... You can take away helpful info or you can focus on something that doesn't matter...
Snow Toez: Is this man a homosexual?
deaconblue9038: Really ,I have a new pan I'll have to try that on! Thanx
Fred Flintstone: Use Flax oil. It gives the hardest and most durable finish.
Fred Flintstone: Flax seed oil gives the hardest most durable finish!
SizzlechestXXX: The only way to really get rid of rust is to use the electrolysis method.
MrDeengels: That music is awful!!! Lol
deaconblue9038: Nooooooo!!!! Never use butter,Olive oil is okay typically you wanna use some kind of fat,shortening,veg,corn or Canola. Maybe even Peanut oil although I've not used any of these oils to season my cast iron.I know family members that swear by them,each to their own preference. The pans I have inherited from my mother, where my great grand mother's. They've seen nothing but lard on them as far as I know. (It's the only thing I use lard for)
DCFunBud: Music is cornball.
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