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Iron products produced in China are of poor quality as compared to U.S. products. They tend to crack when exposed to high oven heats. I would recommend U.S. made products. You get exactly what you pay for on cast iron products.
Bill
· November 8, 2018
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WONDERFUL! I love them. Best deal for the money.
Meshe
· November 8, 2018
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Just use plain water (no soap) with your favorite scrubber (a stiff bristle brush or a steel, nylon, or plastic scrubber) to remove all food residue; thoroughly dry it (I heat mine until it stops steaming); then apply a coating of oil inside and out (to prevent rust). Lodge has some good quick videos on cleaning and re… see more Just use plain water (no soap) with your favorite scrubber (a stiff bristle brush or a steel, nylon, or plastic scrubber) to remove all food residue; thoroughly dry it (I heat mine until it stops steaming); then apply a coating of oil inside and out (to prevent rust). Lodge has some good quick videos on cleaning and restoring cast iron cookware here... http://www.lodgemfg.com/videos see less Just use plain water (no soap) with your favorite scrubber (a stiff bristle brush or a steel, nylon, or plastic scrubber) to remove all food residue; thoroughly dry it (I heat mine until it stops steaming); then apply a coating of oil inside and out (to prevent rust). Lodge has some good quick videos on cleaning and restoring cast iron cookware here... http://www.lodgemfg.com/videos
Chester K.
· December 17, 2018
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I think this double cooker would be great for camp fire. I love this product.
Jamie
· August 24, 2017
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From the manufacturer:
"Bruntmor's Enameled Cast Iron Cookware can be used on all heat sources including gas, electric stoves or radiant ring, ceramic glass top, induction, and ovens fired by gas, oil, coal or wood. It is not to be used in microwave ovens, outdoor grills, or over campfires. Bake or broil in any conven… see more
From the manufacturer:
"Bruntmor's Enameled Cast Iron Cookware can be used on all heat sources including gas, electric stoves or radiant ring, ceramic glass top, induction, and ovens fired by gas, oil, coal or wood. It is not to be used in microwave ovens, outdoor grills, or over campfires. Bake or broil in any conventional or convection oven. Cookware is oven safe up to 500° F"
If it gets that hot it needs to cool gradually. see less
From the manufacturer:
"Bruntmor's Enameled Cast Iron Cookware can be used on all heat sources including gas, electric stoves or radiant ring, ceramic glass top, induction, and ovens fired by gas, oil, coal or wood. It is not to be used in microwave ovens, outdoor grills, or over campfires. Bake or broil in any conventional or convection oven. Cookware is oven safe up to 500° F"
If it gets that hot it needs to cool gradually.

Bobber
· May 13, 2019
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The pot is about 10 and the lid is a solid 8.
Victoria Ritz
· July 18, 2018
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10.6" skillet/lid
JOHNNY J.
· June 4, 2017
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Turn the lid 45 degrees or perpendicular to pot handles instead of aligned when using lidded Dutch oven and set on oven rack or stove top. Use high temp rated oven gloves. Only pull oven rack out half way.
Amazon Customer
· September 12, 2019
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13.2 libras (5.9 kilogramos). Son divinas para cocinar y fáciles de mantener
Bea
· March 30, 2020
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Unknown I think USA?
M. Jeffrey
· November 8, 2018