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Old 03-26-2017, 03:53 PM
AlfredT AlfredT is offline
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Default Hello from SE Michigan

Hello Everyone. This is a great site, full of information, and more importantly people that are willing to help and/or teach.
I was gifted, found, and inherited 8 to 10 pieces of cast iron over the years.
I tried, unsuccessfully, to season a pan about 10 years ago... very sticky.
My hope is to clean and to season them all before winter.

-Al
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Old 03-26-2017, 07:06 PM
Nick_N Nick_N is offline
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Default Re: Hello from SE Michigan

Hey Alfred, Welcome aboard. You will find a lot of good information, and a lot of good people here. Investigate, and try, an electrolysis tank, for those old pieces that you say you have. They will come out like the day they left the (mold) foundry. The e-tank sounds complicated, but really, it is not. It is quite simple.

Good luck & Best wishes......nick
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Old 04-04-2017, 08:19 PM
AlfredT AlfredT is offline
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Default Re: Hello from SE Michigan

You said it Nick! Lots of information.

I read about using a lye bath before electrolysis tank.

Thanks, for the encouragement.

Glad to be here,
Al
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Old 04-06-2017, 05:05 PM
RonD RonD is offline
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Default Re: Hello from SE Michigan

Welcome from Arizona!
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Old 04-15-2017, 09:50 PM
TonyR TonyR is offline
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Default Re: Hello from SE Michigan

Welcome Al,
I season all my CI using the method on this website. I've had great success with it, as long as I don't take shortcuts. Strip and reseason your pan using these instructions and you won't be sorry. It's worth the effort.
Best of luck!
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