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Amagabeli 8"x6" Stainless Steel 316L Cast Iron Cleaner Chainmail Scrubber - $6.49 + FS)

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DURABILITY - This cast iron skillet cleaner is machine soldered by Premium 316L Stainless steel, It is ideal for cleaning all your cast iron cookware, such as cast iron pans , pre seasoned cast iron , skillets, dutch ovens , camp chef griddles , waffle irons and so on . Boasting unmatched durability and built to last as long as your cast iron products. Each chainmail ring is unique machine soldered with the highest quality food grade stainless steel in the industry to be smooth enough for pans.

EASE OF USE - This household scouring pads / iron cast cleaner / household cleaning brushes or household cleaning tool helps to effortlessly clean all your cast iron products without stripping away accumulated flavor and seasoning or scratching your pans. Just see the magic of our cast iron cleaner work wonders and make cleaning a breeze through. Scrub any residue with warm water which will release quickly and easily. No soap or harsh detergents needed. Perfect for cast iron restoration as well.

PERFECTED - Each ring is machine soldered for added strength and comfort and manufactured with high grade restaurant quality premium Grade Stainless Steel. Lightweight and convenient for cooking in home, camping or travel. Ultra-hygienic and dishwasher safe household scouring pad , kitchen cleaner , replacement of household cleaning brushes. Perfect household cleaning tool, grilling & BBQ Utensil, grill scrapers , outdoor cooking accessories. Must have as camp kitchen equipment,camping cookware.

ALL PURPOSE USE -Treasured by chefs as cookware accessories a cast iron cleaner & scraper for pans, cast iron skillet, griddle, dutch oven, pot,waffle maker, wok, stainless steel cookware, glassware, Pyrex, casseroles,baking pan, tea pot, cookie sheet, cauldron, tortilla press, hibachi, cornbread, pie pan,Terracotta, Clay pot and more! A kitchen utensil & gadget Suitable for all kinds of cast iron pan kitchen cookware.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - Easy to use, clean and store for cast iron skillet.100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! We PROMISE you'll love it! Much better than a cast iron brush or metal scrub other pan scrapers and other Camping Stove Accessories.
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These are great for cleaning fast iron, I use mine every time I cook with my lodge cookware.
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works good on the grill pans! thanks in for a second one
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Bonus - it's a good enough size to fix small rips in your chainmail armor.
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Same price when I first bought it two years ago. Great product. Grabbing another. Literally just used it last night on my Lodge. Might as well have a back up.
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I have one of these. Any tips on cleaning? This thing turns into a greasy mess.
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By far the best way to clean cast iron... not even a close second. And they last forever...
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I use a plastic dish brush that I bought at Dollar Tree to scrub my Lodge cast iron pans. I use hot water to clean the pans. It works fine and cleans very well. Is this scrubber better than the plastic dish brush?
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I use a plastic dish brush that I bought at Dollar Tree to scrub my Lodge cast iron pans. I use hot water to clean the pans. It works fine and cleans very well. Is this scrubber better than the plastic dish brush?
Not necessarily. But the real issue I have here is you using hot water with a brand of cast iron that you have to pay extra pre-seasoning.
I hate to jump to conclusions so I'll give a chance to explain how you care for your skillet.
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I have one of these. Any tips on cleaning? This thing turns into a greasy mess.
Maybe. Are you using it on a cast iron skillet?
What size and what's the cooking conditions.
In the words of Southern Gordon Gecko, "Grease, for the lack of a better word, is good!"
Grease/oil is always going to be in the equation with cooking pans but the beauty of cast iron is how you use oil to your advantage.
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Not necessarily. But the real issue I have here is you using hot water with a brand of cast iron that you have to pay extra pre-seasoning.
I hate to jump to conclusions so I'll give a chance to explain how you care for your skillet.
I am not really sure what you are talking about? I use a warm/hot water from my tap to scrub the cast iron pan with a plastic brush. I dry it with paper towel and spray with oil. I have been taking care if my cast iron pans in this way for many years and they still work great and look great.

I have never paid for seasoning cast iron pans?
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I am not really sure what you are talking about? I use a warm/hot water from my tap to scrub the cast iron pan with a plastic brush. I dry it with paper towel and spray with oil. I have been taking care if my cast iron pans in this way for many years and they still work great and look great.

I have never paid for seasoning cast iron pans?

Yea.. Something VERY fishy about this entire thread... too many glowing yet generic comments/reviews by the first few commenters to this thread. Like they have been *paid* to say what they say.

Iv used one of these before and its bullshit for all but the most burned on foods. If you dont burn your food on a cast iron...NO NEED for a chainmail scrubber.

Nothing wrong with cleaning with a brush and water, oil it up after and put on the stove for a minute or two.
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I have one of these. Any tips on cleaning? This thing turns into a greasy mess.
From Amazon:
Easy to Clean in Any Way
After cleaning your pan, you could choose to clean the stainless steel cleaner in the way you prefer. The Amagabeli cast iron cleaner is easy to clean. You could choose to rinse it thoroughly and dry it somewhere in your kitchen. Or you could just rinse it and put it in the dishwasher. With this stainless steel scrubber, you don't have to be distressed to clean your former scouring pads hard.
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I am not really sure what you are talking about? I use a warm/hot water from my tap to scrub the cast iron pan with a plastic brush. I dry it with paper towel and spray with oil. I have been taking care if my cast iron pans in this way for many years and they still work great and look great.

I have never paid for seasoning cast iron pans?
Lodge pans are pre seasoned; it's part of their marketing.
Seasoning is pretty easy but it's a little daunting for newcomers to the cast iron world and if it's a choice for 2 pans at roughly the same price, I can't see why someone wouldn't choose pre seasoned to avoid the headache.

Forgive me if I came across too critical initially; it wasn't personal (how could it be being perfect strangers) but cast iron is such a part of growing up and heritage that it's a bit of an impassioned subject.

Of course, on one hand, you're not going to instantly destroy cast iron by using running water but, on the other hand, at best, you're doing more work in cleaning than need be, at worst, you're causing some damage in the long term (also, health factors) in causing flash/surface rusting.

If you're using enough oil, getting it hot enough when you're cooking and not letting it sit too long before cleaning, then you shouldn't have need of this product (unless you're going to re-season it) or of much water at all; being a high carbon metal, the less exposure to water and oxygen (hence the seasoning so if that's done well then it's like paint on a car in how it prevents rust), the better.

As soon as the food is removed, while the pan is as hot as possible (reheat it to such a point if needed), then cleaning is just wiping it with a towel (paper is fine if it's thick enough to not leave fibers or burn your fingers) until there's no major visible food or oil coming off.
Dampening the towel a little with water is fine if it's needed, (do not add water directly to the pan) as it should instantly turn to steam and not remove entirely the base seasoning.
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I have one of these. Any tips on cleaning? This thing turns into a greasy mess.
I know what you mean. I throw my chain mail into the dishwasher.
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