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    my iron skillet has a little rust on it, whats the best way to get it off and reseason it?

  • #2
    Re: rust on skillet

    leave it on your grill for the next few times you BBQ, and wipe it down with Crisco
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    • #3
      Re: rust on skillet

      I would scrub the rusty spot away and reseason.

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      • #4
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        Hi Tx!
        Spray some Pam on it , let sit awhile, take a paper towel, wipe out excess, & you should be set to go again.
        Suggestion? After you wash your pan, put it on the stove and cook all the water off of it then spray with Pam (or oil it), let it sit for a bit, wipe out, and put it up. It will stay seasoned and rust free. This is what I do and it works for me!! Muah!
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        • #5
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          Bumping this up for Lampladies!!!
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          • #6
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            Never use Pam on your iron skillets---there is something in it that causes a gummy residue.
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            • #7
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              I have always wiped mine with vegetable oil inbetween uses (you will never see a rusty spot again if you do this!)....I learned that from watching my grandma and mom do it now I have their skillets and can only use in the oven because I have a flat top stove oh well cornbread rocks LOL

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              • #8
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                Nommie, I never have had a problem with using Pam on them. Maybe because I use them a lot. Will suggest just cooking oil from now on for those folks who don't use as often as me. Thanks for the info!
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