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Knapp Made Products LLC Cast Iron Cleaner

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$ 19.99

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Even the most cooked and baked on messes won’t hold a candle to this scrubber! Use the chain mail scrubber to clean your cast-iron cookware so they live their longest life and retain their years of seasonings.

Product description

Product Description: You can now safely and easily clean your cast iron cookware and other kitchenware, without removing that precious seasoning you've worked so hard to build. This is one of those completely incredible functional things that also looks amazing on the counter or hanging by your sink.

Ingredients/Materials: Food grade stainless steel 

Use + Care: Run your pan under warm water and gently scrub, cooked on residue will clean up quick and easy with no need for harsh detergents. Please note: This product is not designed to clean anything with a coating, enamel or other coating.

Hand wash your cast iron cleaner in hot soapy water or put it in the dishwasher and it will come out sparkling clean!

The Business: Knapp takes great pride in making products that last your lifetime and they go to great lengths to make their products in the US where they can; final quality control, assembly, packaging and shipping.

Knapp uses only the finest grade of stainless steel used in food service and surgical products (316), then, the pieces are further hardened in a finishing process resulting in the reflective stainless-steel finish, allowing this cleaner to stay bright and shiny after many years of use.

End life: Recycle both the 100% stainless steel scrubber and cardboard packaging.

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Most recent reviews

  • 5 / 5 Lauren Bryant 25-10-2020 04:21

    YOU NEED THIS! Seemingly boring, I got this as a gift and it is so amazing at getting stuck food off pans! It fits into jars and tight places, is safe for cast iron and non-stick surfaces, and even attacks the glued together oatmeal your boyfriend forgot about at the bottom of his backpack...