Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Hudson Cast Iron Cleaner

A few years ago I visited my family who live north of us in the Panhandle of Fl. My dad apparently left some stuff there at my grandparents house when he went to law school. Among the items he left were some pots and pans, including two cast iron skillets. Both of those skillets, I claimed for myself. Haha! My dad reluctantly let me take them. I am so used to cleaning pots and pans with soap and water. I kind of feel bad I have been improperly treating these great cast iron skillets. 

top and bottom ones are cast iron

 Recently I was given the opportunity to review Hudson's cast iron cleaner. As you may know, you don't actually "clean" a cast iron skillet. A well maintained cast iron skillet is seasoned. This "cleaner", pretty much looks like a small square of chain mail. 

This allows you to properly clean the skillet and keep it well seasoned. Last week, I tried using this product; but my skillet was just so nasty at that point, I just resorted to using soap. I have been so busy work and getting ready to start the orthotics and prosthetics program at my community college in August, I have not had the time to tinker with this "chain mail" scrubber.

What I can tell you about this product, it is a very good quality product. Once I am able to finally figure out how to properly take care of a cast iron skillet, this product is going to be my best friend when doing dishes. 

You can purchase this product here.

I am not affiliated with Hudson Essentials or any of their employees. I received their Cast iron cleaner , solely for the purpose to write an honest review. Other than the cast iron cleaner, I did not receive any compensation for this review.

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