Blisstime Cast Iron Cleaner Stainless Steel Chainmail Scrubber, XL 8x6
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- Handcrafted rings are made of Restaurant Quality 304 Grade Stainless Steel, safe and rustproof.
- Make cookware cleanup quick and easy. Much better than a cast iron brush or cast iron scrub brush.
- Will not scratch your pans. Keeps your cast iron seasoned.
- Comfortable in your hands. The chainmail scrubber is designed to fit comfortably in your hands while you scrub. It will not poke or scratch your skin.
- Perfect for pans, skillet, griddle, pot, wok, stainless steel cookware, glassware, casseroles, baking sheet, tea pot and so on.
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The scrubber helps to effortlessly clean your cast iron products without stripping away accumulated flavor and seasoning or scratching your pans.
Just run your pan under warm water and scrub. Cooked on residue will release quickly and easily.
The best time to clean cast iron pans is shortly after cooking when they are just warm to the touch.
Germ resistant and reusable.
For cast iron, woks, casseroles, stainless steel cookware, and more...
Top Customer Reviews
Rings are also not welded, despite the description of the product.
Where the end of the wire loops butt against each other is of variable consistency. About 25% of the joins aren't flush. When I opened the pouch containing the scrubber, I had to untangle the product from itself. An open loop hooked onto about part of the scrubber.
I wouldn't trust this to hold up over any length of time, but it works for right now. I'm debating returning it.
This product from Blisstime is really only 6" x 5 1/4--give or take a 1/4" depending on how you stretch it, but it certainly is NOT 8" x 6". I hate deceptive advertising!
Compared to The Ringer, these rings are about double the size--both shape and gauge of the metal. That makes this maile a bit rougher
and less pliable and malleable, so its ability to clean is not as "fine", and it is harder to get into corners and small or narrow places.
I also noticed that the rings on this on from Blisstime are NOT soldered closed. Some of the ring ends don't meet up perfectly--they overlap the other end instead. The rough ends sticking out SCRATCH the fine patina of my seasoned cast iron pans.
The smaller size, combined with the heavier weight and larger rings makes this maile harder to hold and manage. It just won't stretch wide enough for me to get a good grasp or hold on it.
I will still use this on my grill griddle plates that do not have a fine seasoned surface, but I greatly prefer The Ringer. It is larger, stretchier, and has more--and allows more--finesse. Yeah, I think your heirloom cast iron is entitled to some finessing and TLC, too.
*I received a free sample of this product from Blisstime.
Should be labeled as a 4 x 6 if just laid flat out if you stretch it out it'll be a 5.5 x 6.5 STRECHED square.
The only way to reach the advertised dimensions is if you stretch a corner one way THEN stretch the opposite corner other way.
Even a lightning deal price I'm sending it back.
This is how I clean mine using this-
While the pan is still hot but NOT hot enough to burn you add about 1/2 cup of very hot water to the pan to loosen things up. Then use use a spatula of scraper to remove as much of any stuck-on bits of food as possible. Then use this Blisstime scrubber to loosen any bits and crumbles that are left. Once it is clean and free of food crumbles wash it out with clean hot water. Then remove your iron skillet from the sink and .I then put the skillet on a burner and let it get hot, add a teaspoon of bacon grease, and rub into the surface using paper towels. This will help the pan retain its seasoning, and replace any seasoning that's been scrubbed off. If any excess oil remains, blot it up with a paper towel. Once the pan has cooled completely, store it in a dry place. I don't use soap on my skillets because that's the PawPaw said it is supposed to be done. At 100 years old he must know what he is talking about, right?
This product has worked well for me. I did notice that it is smaller than they advertise but it was not a big enough deal for me to return it. The ends of the wire rings are closed fairly well and I have not noticed anything coming loose. You will want to make sure it does not fall in your garbage disposal and be forgot. A friend of mine had this happen and he ended up with a mess to clean and pick out.
A reminder- Do not use on non-stick pans! That is sort of what their photo in this listing looks like. It is also not for glass or ceramic.
I never had cast iron until I married. My husband has traditional cast iron, I have enameled cast iron, so I had no idea how to care for regular cast iron cookware. After attending a free class about cast iron in a local kitchen goods store, I was determined to use the cast iron dutch oven more, use zero soap, and be extra vigilant with oils.
Usually I rinse (and dry, then condition with grapeseed oil) the cast iron immediately after cooking in it, but sometimes I forget and need the scrubber. No more deep black corners of my dish sponge! No more discolored bristles on my kitchen scrubber! It also seems that I am needing less conditioning oil, but that may be my imagination.
Regardless, this scrubber is easy and simple to use. As with all cooked-on remnants, they remove more easily when fresh and/or warm. The scrubber is long and narrow when draped simply, it looks smaller than expected. The length remains the same, and the width easily expands. I would like the scrubber to have fixed dimensions, but that isn't the nature of this style of chainmail. I noticed that some of the rings are not entirely closed, but if you have some pliers and patience, it is easy to tighten up any offending rings. Just use caution and use the scrubber on cast iron and not on any lose weave fabric.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works very well cleaning cast iron pots and pans. Much, much better than scouring sponges/steel wool that gets clogged with greasy scum. Read morePublished 6 days ago by J C
After finding it hard to locate these in stores, I ordered this from Amazon. Does the job fine but would probably order a larger one next time. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Desert Queen
I grabbed this for my mother-in-law because all she has is cast iron and I just wanted to make he life easier. I have one of my own and I love it. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jakermeister
A waste of money. Go to your local dollar store and find a nylon product that will work just as well.Published 20 days ago by Donnie Odom
This thing is great for cleaning my cast iron frying pans. I put a bit of water in the pans, wait several minutes and then rub around in circle on the inside of the pan with the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Oakley
Works great camping and works great at home too! Easy on the hands.Published 1 month ago by Kathy Perrigo
way too small, rough edges hard on my wifes hands...too small for me to use.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer