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Reply #10 - May 4th, 2021 at 4:04pm

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I have been known to do what most people think is a sacrilege.  Smiley
I have used my angle grinder and use a Poly wheel for paint and rust removal. I have also used flapper disks to really clean it back to bare metal. then cleaned with soap and water and then reseason it.
 
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