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Looking hard at some enameled pieces. Just how much trouble is it to clean?
Little Steven said:
Not a problem at all. Oxy clean and dish soap and a soak. Try not to burn stuff in it
Looking hard at some enameled pieces. Just how much trouble is it to clean?thanksbob
Agree with GLW, really no difference. You could find a color where it blends with the soot, creating a custom finish and not worry about it at all?
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just asking: if the color does not matter such that you are willing to trash the color, why pay a 100% premium over basic lodge cast irpn?
About a month ago I bought a cheap enamel coated DO from a departments store, I think it was Martha Stewart brand. seemed like a nice piece. Had my heart set on Egrets chili. Got home unpacked it left the lid in the packaging though. Cooked teh chili and It was AWESOME! i washed the DO and when I went to put it away i noticed the enamel was chipped under the lid. i returned it.
Last week while traveling I got a great deal on a le Crueset 7 qt oval in a outlet center in Minnesota, Discontinued color $150. Took it home and cooked up another batch of Egrets chili. I have to say the Le Creuset cooked differently. I followed the same steps and have to say the family liked the latter batch better thant the first. Both wre great though.