Cast iron oil is ideal for all cast iron cookware such as pots, pans, skillets, dutch ovens, woks, griddles and frying pans, Rinse and thoroughly dry your cast iron cookware before applying. Pour a small amount of the cast iron oil onto the cookware and use a paper towel or microfibre cloth to work the oil into the cast iron. For best results apply after ever time you use your cast iron. This will repair any damage to the seasoning that may have occurred during the cooking or cleaning process and will prevent moisture damage. Doing so regularly will prolong the life of your cookware. There is no need to put the cookware in the oven to season it as this oil will help to build up seasoning over time. This cast iron conditioner will not go rancid leaving a sticky, smelly residue. Here are some tips for cooking with cast iron cookware. 1) To prevent scratching of the cooking surface use only wooden or plastic utensils. 2) Never store food in cast iron or carbon steel cookware as acid and moisture from food will cause damage to the cookware. 3) Rinse cast iron and carbon steel cookware with hot water immediately after each use. A nylon or natural bristled brush will help remove cooked on food. 4) Always hand wash your cast iron or carbon steel cookware and do not leave it to soak in water. 5) Never wash cast iron or carbon steel cookware in the dishwasher. 6) Remember to apply a coating of cast iron oil after each use. 7) Store your cookware in a dry area to avoid rust damage.
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