GuitarPhotog wrote:Amazon sells a bunch of chain mail pot scrubbers. Search "chainmail pot scrubber"
I like mine
I'm new to this game, having only two pieces, both new Lodge's (a 10.5" square grilling skillet, and a 10.25" round smooth skillet). I only have the Lodge polycarbonate scraping tools I bought from Amazon, along with the griller, to clean it with. So far, its worked on the griller, but my wife tried out the smooth skillet (bought by me on impulse in the Walmart camping section), and burnt some potatoes to it. She can burn water. I soaked it, scraped and scraped, removing 99%, almost grabbing the Scotchbrite pad (I thought it would be Verboten to use). I eventually got it clean, using olive oil, scraping at 275 degrees, for about twenty minutes. Then, I wiped it down 'til the towel was not very discolored, rinsed it with warm water again, dried it, and re-coated it with more oil at 350 degrees, and put it away after cooling. So, now I learn that Scotchbrite is OK ? I'm sure you don't mean to scrub until mirror-finish, just to cleanliness, right ? By the way, Bob, you were right about cooking eggs on the griller skillet. Though it cleaned up easily (I don't burn food like you-know-who), the eggs were just crumbles when cooked.bobhenry wrote:Warm water and a scotchbrite pad for me. As soon as the food leaves the pan it is allowed to soak a few minutes (very few) on low heat and scrubbed under clear running warm water. It works for me !
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