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Amagabeli 8"x6" Stainless Steel Chainmail Scrubber for Cast Iron - $6.21 + Free Prime Shipping @ Amazon

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Really low price, i have one of this for my dutch oven, would buy another for my mom!
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great price, decided to try one of these. Thanks OP!
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Thanks. Coupon worked for multiple units.
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TU in for 1, been thinking about something like this
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Lol no one that uses this shit has a clue about cast iron.
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Lol no one that uses this shit has a clue about cast iron.
is this for actually scrubbing clean your cast iron??

why not scrub with soap and water... dry... and season with oil again... cook... cool... and store.

wouldnt be using something that could potenetially scratch the skillet surface be a terrible idea or am i missing something on the hardness scale between stainless steel and cast iron:

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Soap and scouring pads you might say, but You only want to do this if this is your first time seasoning the pan or if you're trying to get rid of rust and residue and bring it back to its base layer.
When you purchase a piece of new or used cast iron cookware it's okay to use mild soapy water for the first washing. But that's it! Avoid harsh soap and scouring pads or steel wool thereafter because they can remove the seasoning you'll be trying so hard to achieve. And don't even think about running your pan through a dishwasher.

Unlike steel wool, we made our Chainmail Scrubber with 316L stainless steel. The 316L is soft and smooth enough to prevent scratches and could EASILY remove any residue from your pan.
Fast, Easy, Maintain Seasoning



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i bought one
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This thing is a waste. Use soap. Use a sponge.

http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/1...-iron.html
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is this for actually scrubbing clean your cast iron??

why not scrub with soap and water... dry... and season with oil again... cook... cool... and store.

wouldnt be using something that could potenetially scratch the skillet surface be a terrible idea or am i missing something on the hardness scale between stainless steel and cast iron:

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Product description states

Soap and scouring pads you might say, but You only want to do this if this is your first time seasoning the pan or if you're trying to get rid of rust and residue and bring it back to its base layer.
When you purchase a piece of new or used cast iron cookware it's okay to use mild soapy water for the first washing. But that's it! Avoid harsh soap and scouring pads or steel wool thereafter because they can remove the seasoning you'll be trying so hard to achieve. And don't even think about running your pan through a dishwasher.

Unlike steel wool, we made our Chainmail Scrubber with 316L stainless steel. The 316L is soft and smooth enough to prevent scratches and could EASILY remove any residue from your pan.
Fast, Easy, Maintain Seasoning



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i bought one
Nice gimmicks, i have 100+ yr old cast iron, still like new, no chain mail needed lol
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yep stupid gimmick.
just get a $1 bamboo spatula, there, done.
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Awesome! Just what I am waiting for.
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cheaper than ebay, in for 1
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Will this destroy your non-sticking pan?
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Got one. Thanks OP!
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How is no one else troubled by the fact that the thumbnail is of a non-stick (Teflon) pan???
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