Uulki cast iron seasoning oil maintains and builds the non stick patina
Uulki cast iron seasoning oil builds and protects the non stick patina of your cast iron pots and pans. The non stick patina of cast cookware becomes thinner after each use. Therefore, it’s necessary that you constantly maintain and restore the patina. By oiling your cast iron pan or pot after use, you maintain the non stick patina and let it grow in time. Uulki cast iron oil is a seasoning oil that we specifically developed for seasoning and maintenance of your cast iron cookware. To keep your cast iron cookware’s patina in condition and to prevent rust, you should apply the oil each time after cooking.
Seasoning your cast iron cookware against rust
Cast iron is a strong, but brittle metal alloy of iron and carbon. The material is physically sturdy, but also highly reactive. A water drop resting on a cast iron pan for a longer time, can cause a rusty spot. So, a second reason for seasoning your cast iron cookware, next to maintaining the non stick patina, is rust prevention.
Natural and plant-based, stabilised Uulki cast iron seasoning oil
Uulki cast iron oil is a stabilised plant-based oil. The oil has a long shelf life, of up to several years, and won’t go rancid.
Use for all types of cast iron cookware
You can use Uulki cast iron seasoning and maintenance oil for cast iron frying & grilling pans, pots, skillets, woks, grills, griddles, Dutch ovens & cast iron outdoor cookware, and so on.
How to apply Uulki cast iron seasoning oil?
After use, clean your cookware with warm water and Uulki Cast Iron Cleaning Scrub to remove grease. Dry well, preferably heat for a short time on the stove at low temperature. Apply a thin layer of Uulki cast iron oil on your dry cookware with a paper towel, especially on the inside. Remove excess oil. Now store the cookware in a dry place until next use. If your cookware is new and does not have a patina yet, we recommend you to follow the instructions of the cast iron cookware manufacture on how to create the first basic patina.
Cast iron cookware maintenance: a compleet guide
Also discover Uulki cast iron scrub for deep cleaning
Uulki Cast Iron Oil & Uulki Cast Iron Cleaning Scrub are a complementary team. That’s because, cast iron cookware needs two things: oiling – seasoning and cleaning. For deep cleaning your cast iron cookware, we recommend to use Uulki cast Iron Cleaning Scrub followed by rinsing with hot water. The scrub removes grease and food leftovers, as well as bad smells and taste. Uulki cast iron scrub is 100% natural.
Follow our cleaning and storing tips for cast iron pots and pans
We said it before: cast iron is a strong, but brittle metal alloy and strongly reacts with water. Cast iron should therefore never be left in water. Always hand wash your cast iron cookware. Do not clean it in the dishwasher, do not use a dishwashing product, and do not it soak in water. Always store cast iron pots and pans in a dry place. If you need to store cast iron cookware on top of each other due to a lack of space; place a paper towel in between pots and pans. Because cast iron is a brittle metal alloy, it needs special care, but those cooking with cast iron, never again choose anything else!