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FINEX 12 Inch Cast Iron Skillet

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From our foundry to your stovetop, each FINEX Cast Iron Skillet is carefully assembled by hand and unique. Founded in 2012, FINEX Cast Iron Cookware Company is a small team of Portland-based perfectionists dedicated to making heirloom quality cast iron cookware in America for the first time in over half a century.

The flat cooking surface of FINEX seasoned cast iron frying pans is computer machined to create a smooth and premium easy release cooking surface.

The polished stainless steel Speed-Cool spring design allows the handle to cool much quicker than a standard skillet and it's shaped to fit the natural curve of your hand.

Patented octagonal Multi-Pour design for 6 pouring directions. This distinctive shape creates natural pouring angles, and even makes it easier to slide a spatula under your food when cooking.

Limited lifetime warranty.

Pan weighs 8.1 lbs
12" top diameter
16.75" long overall
2" deep
Model S12-10001
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Basic Care of Your New Cast Iron Skillet
Post by FINEX - May 12, 2014

For hundreds of years cast iron skillets have been used to cook mouthwatering meals. They are unparalleled in heat retention, heat distribution and versatility, which makes them perfect for just about any cooking task. You can bake a cake, fry a chicken, make cornbread, stir-fry vegetables or even sear a filet. Taking care of your cast iron skillet may seem daunting at first but with a little attention your skillet will last a lifetime. We've compiled four basic care tips to help you prolong the life of your skillet.

1.) Use a little extra oil while your skillet is new
All of our cast iron skillets come pre-seasoned with organic flaxseed oil. Each time you add oil to your skillet prior to cooking you will continue to build onto that seasoning. Over time you'll find that food releases from the surface more easily.

2.) Dry your cast iron completely before putting it away
Before your initial use and after every wash, dry your cast iron skillet completely and apply a light coat of cooking oil. Letting water sit on your skillet for prolonged periods of time is likely to cause rust spots.

3.) Don't be afraid to clean it
Soaking your cast iron skillet in the sink is not recommended and please don't ever let us catch you putting it in the dishwasher. Instead, rinse it in hot water and remove any burned food (we all make mistakes) with a mild abrasive like coarse salt, a scrub pad or a stiff brush.

4.) Rust? Don't panic!
Don't toss your skillet if gets really sticky or begins to rust. Just scrub it with steel wool, lightly oil it and re-bake it in the oven at 400 degrees for one hour.
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Brand Finex
Country of Origin Made in USA

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