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Old 10-08-2018, 10:55 AM
JosephDurham JosephDurham is offline
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Default Kettle Help

I have a lodge kettle in amazing condition that I picked up a few years back. Itís merely been setting on the shelf for some time. Well, after purchasing a French press I thought, what better opportunity to use the kettle then now? Low and behold in the base of the kettle there is a spot the size of a nickel that has the enamel broken off and is rusting. What can I do?
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