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Old 10-09-2021, 08:37 PM
John_Sterling John_Sterling is offline
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Default Re: Fixing Broken Cast Iron

With the bandages mostly off my thumb I'm back in action. I did an initial spot coat of oil on he repair, very thickly with a brush. Time to challenge this thin coats orthodoxy. I notice others around the web not bothering. This is not a challenging spot like a skillet bottom but I can still give it the punch test for flaking. It came out well. The repair held, the oil shiny in spots but completely hard and dry.


And while it is kinda screwed up (although seemingly an adequate cooker) I want to do an experiment with a food safe filler for pits, holes and cracks.
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