Camp Chef® Cast Iron Conditioner
- A must have for serious cast iron chefs
- All-natural formula seasons, conditions, and maintains cast iron cookware
- Great for cast iron Dutch ovens, grates, griddles, or burners
- Protects cookware from rust
- Helps you enjoy years of use from cast iron cookware
- Recommended by world champion Dutch oven chefs
Manufacturer model #: CSC-8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by chefjc Great find! I love this conditioner for my cast iron. I've always used olive oil which goes rancid after awhile, but this one doesn't. I was a bit hesitant, because I thought it wouldn't last very long, but surprisingly you don't have to use much and a freind of mine has had hers for over a year! Thanks Camp Chef! November 29, 2012
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A:camp chef dutch ovens come already seasoned. Use the conditioner after use to store
A:You will need to put in the Oven. Instructions listed below and through the URL link below. Thanks
Seasoning Technique #1
When your cast iron is prepared for seasoning, follow these easy steps:
1.Saturate a clean cloth rag with Camp Chef Cast Iron Conditioner
2.Coat all surfaces of the cast iron with conditioner
3.Place in heat source upside down and heat to between 400° and 450° F. in oven or on medium setting of a low pressure Camp Chef burner
4.As the cast iron begins to smoke remove carefully from heat (be sure to wear protective clothing at all times while working with hot cast iron)
Your cast iron cookware is now ready for use or let cool, then store for next use. After each use, apply a small amount of Camp Chef Cast Iron Conditioner, about a dime's diameter worth, and thinly coat all surfaces of the cast iron. Over time, this will make your cast iron black, creating a finish called a "patina." This patina will enhance your cast iron by creating a glasslike finish, which also creates a nonstick surface.
Seasoning Technique #2
**BE SURE TO WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND THICK LEATHER GLOVES WHEN HANDLING HOT CAST IRON**
Using a thick leather work glove, saturate a clean cloth rag with Camp Chef Cast Iron Conditioner. Coat all surfaces of the hot cast iron as soon as the wax coating stops smoking. Cookware will smoke as the seasoning bakes. As smoking stops, remove from heat. You can use your oven, or let cool for storage. Note: Your oven is extremely hot and should not be touched as it will easily burn your skin.
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