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  • SammyJ
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    Next up, bacon.
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  • Mr. Bones
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    Always a good plan!

  • SammyJ
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    Originally posted by bbqLuv View Post
    BRASS = breath, relax, aim, sight, squeeze.
    Sorry, This comes to mind when I hear the word BRASS.
    My trigger finger is getting itchy.
    Just point it away from ME!

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  • bbqLuv
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    BRASS = breath, relax, aim, sight, squeeze.
    Sorry, This comes to mind when I hear the word BRASS.
    My trigger finger is getting itchy.

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  • SammyJ
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    OP said been stored and never used. Some rust, Initial cleaning before seasoning.

    Thanks all!

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  • smokin fool
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    I just use kosher salt to clean my cast iron skillet but mines a real cheap one, really rough casting and don't want to waste a good brass brush.

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  • SammyJ
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    I think I will apply another coat of oil, in get in the oven.

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  • Mr. Bones
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    Why, sure ya can...if'n yer wantin to...

    Hain't nobody stoppin ya...

    Do what ya feel necessary to do to 'tidy up'...

    I jus cook em up, scrape em up, wipe em out, oil em up a smidge-wipe, an roll on down th road...

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  • SammyJ
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    Sorry, I was asking if I could use a wire brush on cast iron!

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  • barelfly
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    Yes, what is said magical brass wire brush??????

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  • IFindZeroBadCooks
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    What is this magical brass wire brush?

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  • SammyJ
    started a topic brass wire brush

    brass wire brush

    For cleaning what looks like brown stains

    After cleaning


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    Been in cabinet a long time, never used yet.

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