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(YouTube)   So, subby bought a mouse sander as seen on YouTube videos to strip the seasoning off his Lodge cast iron pan - after further searching, I found a video showing someone doing the same thing with Easy Off oven cleaner. Anyone tried this?   (youtube.com) divider line
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Stripping a Cast Iron Skillet with Easy-Off Oven Cleaner | Plus Seasoning & Maintenance

This video demonstrates how to strip a cast iron skillet using Easy-Off Oven Cleaner. Easy-Off contains lye, which is a popular chemical used in stripping cast iron. I also demonstrate my seasoning method along with what I do to maintain my cast iron cookware.

If you choose to use this method to strip a piece of cast iron cookware, please read the caution label on your can of Easy-Off. Once again, Easy-Off contains lye and it will burn you if you do not use adequate protection.

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