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Answered: Cleaning cast iron radiator prior to prime coat

you can used water to wash radiator and damp cotton rag

Answered: Mildew in cast iron skillet

Thanks, rayter, for the extra tip!!

Answered: What is the value of an antique cast iron tub?

if its a 60'' tub they are a dime a dozen & can be bought from $0 to $150 depending on its Condition and location.. all other sizes add $50 to $200 again all depending on its condition..

Answered: Why use cast iron pans

Seasoned Cast Iron can be considered the "grandfather" to today's "non-stick" cookware. Cast Iron Cookware must be seasoned properly and it will last a life-time. (I still use my Grandmother's cast iron skillets on a regular basis and they must be at least 60-70+ years old.)

Answered: I am looking for a cast iron dutch oven like my ...

Many different manufactures Griswold , ect. . I happen to have 1 that I would be interested in selling if your still looking for 1 . contact me and put " Dutch oven " in the subject line . contact info is tcracing615@aol.com . Thanks
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Hi, my name is Dale and i have a cast iron piece ...

Hi, i found the answer to my question. It is a fire starter. The long handle with the white thing on the end is the part you soak in kerosene or lamp oil. Then you light it and use it to start your fire. The cast iron pot i presume is to put your firestarter in when you are finished. Thankyou all ...

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If I were you, I would also try my luck in Ebay or Craiglist. :)

I have cast iron tub for sale not asking much just trying to get rid of

List your item on Ebay or Craiglist. There will surely be buyers who would be interested in buying your old cast iron tub.

When I wipe my cast iron dutch oven with oil and paper towel the paper

My Mom always said if you want to clean cast iron pots or the like, steel wool (brillo or equalivant) and a lot of muscle power... easier way use a power tool with a fine wire wheel and it will shine. Cast Iron gets carbon baked in and thats the only way to get the iron shine back. After you do ...