One of the most durable cooking tools ever designed is the cast iron pot and cooking pan. With proper care, it can be used, abused, and passed down for many generations. Cast iron found in antique shops can also be easily restored and used daily, making it both economical and environmentally considerate. Walrus Oil Cast Iron Oil is made with two simple ingredients: polymerizing Safflower Oil and plant-derived Vitamin E. This specific variety of Safflower Oil is the most ideal oil for cast iron seasoning for its high smoke point and thin viscosity, allowing it to penetrate the metal easier and its ability to build durable coats over time, even when applied outside of oven heat. No other polymerizing oil has as high of a smoke point as this Safflower Oil variety.
Easy application, simply apply a thin coat to all surfaces after cast iron is washed and dried. This will help prevent rusting and fortify the surface as it's used over time.