The title says it is for Cast Iron, but I wouldn’t know the difference between types of iron, and other metals.
I do know that the Linkcloth Chain scrubber worked really well on the old iron skillets my grandmother had.
The one that I have been using to make cornbread in had gotten some build up and the corn bread was sticking every time. I have been told that you should NOT ever use something like steel wool on it. But if you can’t scrub the thing how are you supposed to get the stuck on crap off of it??
I also used the linkcloth on this old metal pot. Not sure what kind of metal it is but the scribber worked just fine.
The Linkcloth Scrubber is made of food grade stainless steel that is all rounded (no sharp edges), and comes with a lifetime warranty.
It is easy to clean too. You can either just wash it with soap and water or stick it in the dishwasher.
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