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If Chichi Wang and Kenji from Serious Eats can't even agree on whether a cast iron wok is any good, not to mention carbon steel vs. anodized aluminum, I don't think we're going to sort it out here:

https://www.seriouseats.com/2009/...stick.html
https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/...-best.html
(Especially the comments on the 2nd article, where they openly debate.)
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I appreciate the tip. I'll do that tonight - did you use steel wool or medium sand paper?

I used sanding sponges first a rough I think 60 grit then a 100 grit lots of elbow grease

I actually hated this wok when I first got it as it wouldn't season well, now after sanding it smooth (took probably an hour or two) and learning to use it I cook everything in it from pancakes to fried rice. I've learned never wash with soap and just rinse and wipe clean, then heat it to dry. I have a little paintbrush that I coat it with oil for storage.
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I used sanding sponges first a rough I think 60 grit then a 100 grit lots of elbow grease

I actually hated this wok when I first got it as it wouldn't season well, now after sanding it smooth (took probably an hour or two) and learning to use it I cook everything in it from pancakes to fried rice. I've learned never wash with soap and just rinse and wipe clean, then heat it to dry. I have a little paintbrush that I coat it with oil for storage.
Right on - I'll give that a try. I got the wok in last night. It has to be the roughest cast iron, I've ever seen. Not smooth at all. I'm going to try and get to the sanding tonight.

I got a rag that I use to wipe down my cast irons with a bit of olive oil. I appreciate the tips!
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