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Rutland Black Cast Iron and Steel Stove Polish Paste - 2.7 Ounce Tube

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Enhance your cast iron and steel products with this polish. Although it was originally designed for stoves, this polish paste is now more versatile and recommended for use on grills, outdoor fencing and beyond. This product is made with ingredients that are completely non-toxic and non-flammable with a formula of only the highest-quality waxes and black pigments. Easy application is available with a squeeze tube design. After buffing, enjoy a finish that is rich and shiny.
* Please Note: This polish is not recommended for painted surfaces or those that come into contact with food.
  • Preserves and restores cast iron and steel stoves
  • Completely non-toxic and non-flammable
  • Unique formula uses only the highest-quality waxes and black pigments
  • Squeeze tube allows for easy application
  • Buffs to a rich, shiny finish
Manufacturer: Rutland
Part Number: 70
Elite Deals Item Number: RUT-70
UPC: 00022624000709

Rutland Black Cast Iron and Steel Stove Polish Paste - 2.7 Ounce Tube
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
San Jose, CA
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent Product
September 30, 2012
We had a small turn-or-the-century cast iron fireplace that had sat outside for over 20 years (at a cabin in the mountains owned by my late in-laws -- have no idea where they got it). I was able to restore it by first scrubbing it down with a wire brush, lots of CLR, soap and water, and thoroughly rinsed with water. After drying, I then used the Rutland Black Cast Iron Polish according to directions and it turned out GREAT! It now sits inside the cabin, as a decorative piece, with a lamp on top and looks wonderful, cleans easily, etc. Be sure to wear gloves (even during the buffing/polishing step) and cover floor with newspapers while applying this polish as it will stain your skin or anything else it touches.

By Donna from AR on January 15, 2014
I polished my stove and pipe in December. I noticed that heat is burning the paint right off the pipe. What can i do to stop this? The smell is really bothering me. Can this make me sick?
By Collin on January 16, 2014

Exposure to paint curing is normally not hazardous, but the release of the chemicals over time can be detrimental. Do you know what the temperature of the stove is when the smell is occurring? It is possible that it is too hot, causing the issue you are experiencing.