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Topic: Quilted Skillet-Handle Sleeve (Potholder for Cast Iron Skillet Handle)  (Read 10507 times)
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« Reply #10 on: June 20, 2010 08:28:51 AM »

okay that is sooooo smart! I had a pan with a steel handle so I couldn't grab it while I was cooking, I always used a pothholder, why didn't I think of this! Cheesy
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« Reply #11 on: June 22, 2010 05:42:32 PM »

CLMonkey, my secret for keeping cast iron pans from rusting is simple: never, ever clean them with soap, and always heat them in the oven or on the burner for a minute or two to dry. The iron is slightly porous, and just surface-drying them won't remove all the water. Grinding or chemical de-rusting will do wonders, but remember that unless you season the newly cleaned pan immediately, it'll re-rust right before your eyes!

Jennie, I hadn't thought about using the pan in the oven. Of course that would require the pad to be taken off. (I wonder how long it would take before I forgot...) It looks like a very nice pan, by the way.

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