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Orgreenic skillet help, please

Chandler114 | May 12, 201902:22 PM     2

Long story short, about 6 years ago parents got me an orgreenic skillet. I believe, if my memory serves, I think one night and scratched it up pretty badly while frustrated. I never really used it again. You cant really tell now, because for whatever reason there's a weird, black, splotchy pattern on it, as if i'd been using it all this time. I did try using it today and it worked pretty well, but I want it to look green again, of course it cant be perfect. But just not this ugly version. Vinegar? Soaking? Seasoning?
I really want to get it back into working order.
How do I do this?!
P.s. I am sorry about the quality of my picture. I wrote this on my lap top and the camera isn't great.

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