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It usually takes 5-6 thin coats this way to season a Griswold cast iron piece, but it does a great job. James pointed me in the right direction a little over a couple of years ago, here:

I'll have to try that next time. Spent the weekend re-seasoning a few cast iron fry pans with bacon fat. Five hours total bake time @325 F. They are black and shiny.


It works pretty well, ez3, though it takes quite a lot of time. This was a rust bucket Griswold skillet that I cleaned up and used the seasoning method referenced by James' link. It turned out pretty well. Here's a photo of it:

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