I just bought a couple of Lodge skillets and they are preseasoned. I have so far simply rinsed with hot water, dried and used olive oil for storing and have just cooked bacon in each. After I have boiled a small amount of water and then scrubbed with a brush using hot water and then dried and the olive oil again.
I've read a lot of different things here regarding the preseasoned skillets and most to clean off the preseaoning. Should I start from scratch, scrub away with a steel wool pad?
Reccomendations please from those in the know.
I have a friend who has Lodge and they work great but she doesn't think they were preseasoned when she got them, she's had them a few years now.
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