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Amagabeli 8"x6" Stainless Steel Chainmail Scrubber for Cast Iron EXPIRED

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This and a silicon scrapper are pretty much what you need to clean cast iron or steel. It's better than scrapping with my bamboo spatulas and knicking them. I think this is the lowest price so far based on search of forums. It hit frontpage at $7 last time. If anyone uses cast iron often this gets the bits stuck to it. Sometimes you can use this in combination with salt to clean it slightly better. But then you have to re oil the pan.


code at check out is SWUASXR3, but I also see it as a clickable offer on the amazon page.


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A51S9Y2
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Soap is just fine on cast iron. This is a very common misbelief that has persisted for decades.

When you season your pan, you're effectively burning oils at a high enough temperature that you're effectively creating a plastic-like material that needs very high heat, certain chemical reactions, or physical force (which might include the cutting aspect of SOS pads) to take the seasoning off.

Don't believe me? Believe Lodge [lodgemfg.com] then.

EDIT: If soap is taking your seasoning off, then you didn't get it seasoned right.
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From what I've learned this is untrue. Soap shouldn't be able to penetrate the polymerized layer that the seasoning builds into.
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i got this the last time it went on sale for $7. its not as good as my old chainmail scrubber (the ringer), but acceptable for half the price.
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I bought this the last time it was posted here. Couldn't be happier. Does a great job cleaning our cast iron pans without damaging the seasoning, is easy to clean and no signs of rust after several months of use.
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In for one, hope it works as well as described! I have been using baking soda and vinegar to clean my cast ions for the longest time. Excited for the change
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B fakespot which is decent. possibly shill post.. i prefer brushes to clean my cast iron tho.

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i got this the last time it went on sale for $7. its not as good as my old chainmail scrubber (the ringer), but acceptable for half the price.
Totally agree. I got this last time because it's nice to have a backup when the Ringer is in the dishwasher. Worth it at this price.
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This looks like something a hobo would wear to a jousting tournament, a bunch of cast iron pots linked by chainmail.
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When the notification and small jpeg popped up I got excited and thought it was like a sex thing...the image in my head was like a long chain necklace thing with a ball .Idk..
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Would this work when l go hunting 🐉
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So this doesn't scratch up the surface and introduce a way for it to rust where you scrubbed?
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Thinking about picking this up. How do you clean it if you transfer the grease and grime from the pan to this?
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Would this work when l go hunting 🐉
I don't see why not. It's just a bunch of small metal rings joined together to make a scrubber.
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Will this work with carbonated steel?
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So this doesn't scratch up the surface and introduce a way for it to rust where you scrubbed?
It should not remove the seasoning. So long as you dry the pan and re-season the pan after washing it, you shouldn't have any rust.
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