Jiangsu, China
Business Type:
Manufacturer/Factory, Trading Company
Registered Capital:
2000000 RMB
Plant Area:
>2000 square meters
Management System Certification:
ISO 9001
Average Lead Time:
Peak season lead time: one month
Off season lead time: one month
OEM/ODM Service
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Camping Pot, Camping Oven Pot, Cooking Pot manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Camping Tripod Stand Oven Pot, DIY Bamboo Charcoal Disposable Instant BBQ Grill Without Any Metal Material Homemade BBQ Grill, Smoker Grill Cart and so on.

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Camping Tripod Stand Oven Pot

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Min. Order / Reference FOB Price
200 Sets US $150/ Set
Port: Shanghai, China
Production Capacity: 1000 Sets Per Month
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union
Metal Type: Cast Iron
Feature: Easily Assembled
Grill Type: Charcoal Grills
Finishing: Chrome Plated
Transport Package: One PCS Per Exported Carton
Specification: SIZE: 205(L) *205(W)*145(H)CM

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Basic Info

Model NO.
TM-GL8101
Trademark
TRUMY
Origin
China
HS Code
7321190000



Convenient maintenance and easy cleanup and dishwasher safe
Wondering how to clean Dutch oven? Cleaning a Dutch oven is actually easier than other pots and pans, once it has been seasoned well. Proper cleaning and care will make it last longer and work better. It needs to be cleaned instantly after use.
Things You Will Need
A Plastic Scraper or Pancake Turner
A Scrub Brush
Hot Water
Paper Towels
Vegetable Oil
Lifter and trivet is neccessary
Outdoor cookware
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Guidelines
When the Dutch oven is slightly warm, pour a good amount of clean water into the oven.
Put the lid on and heat it for a few minutes and then let it cool for another few minutes.
When it's cool enough to work with, use a plastic food scraper or sponge to scrape off the remains of food which be soft and loose by now
Use a scrub brush if you need to get rid of stubborn build up.
Get rid of the dirty water and rinse the oven with clean water.
Thoroughly dry the Dutch oven and then using a paper towel rub a little bit of unflavored vegetable oil all over the inside and outside surface. Use a clean paper towel to wipe off all excess oil so there is just a thin film of protection from moisture
Once you have a good, solid seasoned coating over the oven you can use soap to wash it down further but hopefully that should not be required.
Tip
In the Midwest and other humid area, Dutch ovens are more prone to rusting and need extra attention and care than a drier location such as Colorado. Maintaining a solid seasoned coating and that slight film of oil will keep your cookware rust-free and in tip-top condition.
Cleaning Dutch oven should be a piece of cake now that you know how. Treat your Dutch oven good and it will serve you well for a long time to come.

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