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Old 01-01-2020, 01:24 PM
Michael B Michael B is offline
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Default Dealing with the Pits

So...I found this Griswold down by the creek and though I'd take a shot at cleaning it up. A few hours in vinegar plus a lot of elbow grease reveals some significant pitting (see detailed photo). I know this will never be a museum piece but it would be nice to be able to cook on it. What's the wisdom on this? Can I clean it up a little more, season it - pits and all - and have an acceptable pan? Or should I commit to grinding this down until the pits are gone? Or should I just hang it on a nail and show folks the pan I found down by the creek?

Thanks in advance!
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