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Subject: Re: Kinda OT: Curing Cast Iron Skillets Date: 2/24/2013 11:45 AM
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Hay Bob, I thought you wanted to try tung oil on your cast iron. I still gots 4 or 3 tung nuts hanging on my tree dat I kin send you iffen you wants to squeeze them.

If you check with a marina supplies store, you can buy Tung Oil. It's being used to treat the Teak boards in the boats. They tend to turn the teak black sometimes but most of the time the teak becomes grey quickly.

I never thought you could use any tung oil though.

Blackduff
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