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General Maintenance Instructions

Seasoning Wipe Daily Usage Instructions:

  1. Wash cookware (pan/pot) as you normally would - soap usage is okay (blog post coming). Be sure to remove all food.

  2. Completely dry cookware surfaces with towel/napkin or by placing on stove and applying heat.

  3. Place cookware on stove and heat on medium/medium-high until surfaces are hot, but not smoking.Warm/hot cast iron will transfer the oils from the wipe to the surface of the cast iron.

  4. Using a single wipe, fold or “scrunch” into a ball and coat the entire surface of the cookware. Only a thin layer of seasoning oil is needed.

    • If cast iron is very hot, oils may smoke upon applying - this is okay.
    • You should not see any pooling. Less is more in cast iron seasoning. If you see pooling, streaking, or any oddities occurring, please inform us in our survey.
    • Compost the wipe after use
  5. Continue heating just until smoke begins to appear from the cookware.

  6. Remove cookware from the heat source and let cool until next use.

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***Seasoning wipes are biodegradable and prefer to be composted. They are not suitable for recycling, but feel free to use each wipe multiple times.***

Seasoning Blend Daily Usage Guide:

  1. Wash cast iron as you normally would - soap is okay (blog post coming) Be sure to remove all food.
  2. Completely dry cookware surfaces with towel/napkin or by placing on stove and applying heat.
  3. Place cookware on stove and heat on medium/medium-high until surfaces are hot, but not smoking.
    • Warm/hot cast iron will transfer the oils from the wipe to the surface of the cast iron.
  4. Apply a very light amount of the seasoning blend to all surfaces with a cloth or towel. You do not want to see any “pooling” of oils. Less is More.
    • If you do see pooling of oil occur, it is highly recommended to wipe this out with a cloth/napkin. Less is more in seasoning cookware.
    • Pooling often leads to a "sticky" feeling surface, minor stickiness will not significantly affect the seasoning and over time it will level out.
    • If cast iron is very hot, oils may smoke upon applying - this is okay.
  5. Continue heating just until smoke begins to appear from the cookware.
  6. Remove cookware from the heat source and let cool until next use.
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