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Iron cleaning

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Turns out cleaning the built up gunk from your clothes iron is really that simple. Nothing special required and it's almost as easy as it looks.

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If you've ever ruined a fancy blouse with an iron that sputters icky water, you're smart to be a little paranoid.

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Proper cast iron care will ensure your cookware is nonstick and lasts for years. Learn how to take care of a cast iron skillet or other cast iron cookware.

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Extreme (?) cast iron restore. My father asked me to restore a Griswold griddle & a Lodge pan for him. They had been stored in an exterior building (shed) for many years. This was the most extr…

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You have probably read tons of advice on how to clean your iron, just as I have. I tried them ALL, but for some particular reason, none of them worked on my iron. My iron does not have the shiny surface that many others have. I gathered all of these attempts from Pinterest: I tried the vinegar & baking soda approach, and nothing. I tried the toothpaste approach, nothing. I tried the magic eraser, nothing. I tried the salt approach, nothing. I tried too many to mention. Everything failed! I…

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Life hacks are basically an entire subgenre of online content. The trend has permeated all the social media platforms and gained a somewhat notorious reputation for being either inexplicably absurd (like, chopping onions with a face shield or getting stains out of your shirt with shaving foam) or simply “but why?”-inducing.

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How to clean an iron no matter what kind of issues it throws at you! Keeping your iron clean can be pretty simple and straightforward if you have a few easy tricks up your sleeve!

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So you made a mistake? Fear not! It's possible to get rusted cast iron cookware back to cook-ready condition!

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Cast iron skillets get better with age- as long as you’re consistently cooking with them, and as long as you don’t clean them with soap. If it’s been ages since you’ve actually used your skillet, chances are it’s in need of some TLC. Covered in rust, you say? No problem! Reach for these three simple kitchen staples to help you return your pan to its former glory. Coarse saltOil (vegetable, olive- even Crisco works!

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