"DeathlyStag" Cast Iron/Griddle Seasoning & Conditioner - Dunn Rite Works
"DeathlyStag" Cast Iron/Griddle Seasoning & Conditioner - Dunn Rite Works

"DeathlyStag" Cast Iron/Griddle Seasoning & Conditioner

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Keep your cast iron cookware in top condition with Deathly Stag's seasoning blend, made from beeswax, grapeseed oil, and safflower oil. This high-quality mix is designed for high-temperature use, ensuring your cookware stays non-stick and free from rust. We source our beeswax from local beekeepers in Hagerstown, Maryland, bringing a piece of our community to your kitchen. To maintain your cookware's non-stick surface, apply a small amount of our seasoning wax after cleaning and before storing. Just spread it over the inside and outside of your skillet or dutch oven, then wipe off any excess.

How to Season Your Cast Iron:

  1. Coat the cookware with oil using a cloth.
  2. Dry it off with a clean paper towel.
  3. Heat your oven to 480 degrees and place the cookware inside, upside down, for an hour.
  4. Do this as needed to keep your cookware in perfect shape.


  • 2 oz container of cast iron seasoning.
  • Made with beeswax, grapeseed oil, and safflower oil sourced from Hagerstown, MD.
  • Ideal for use on cast iron skillets, dutch ovens, and carbon steel cookware.
  • Crafted in Hagerstown, MD, supporting local craftsmanship.

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3-Step Cast Iron Cleaning Method

Keep your cast iron cookware in top condition with DeathlyStag Cast Iron/Griddle Seasoning & Conditioner. Our blend ensures your cookware stays non-stick and free from rust. Here’s how to clean your cast iron skillet, dutch oven, or griddle.

Step One:

  • Hand Wash: Clean your cast iron skillet by hand using warm water. If needed, use a small amount of mild soap. For stuck-on food, use a pan scraper. For particularly stubborn food, simmer a little water in the skillet for 3-5 minutes, then use the scraper after the pan has cooled. Avoid using harsh detergents or putting your cast iron in the dishwasher, as this can strip away the seasoning.

Step Two:

  • Dry Thoroughly: Immediately dry your cast iron skillet with a lint-free cloth or paper towel to prevent rusting. Ensure all moisture is removed. If you notice a little black residue on the towel, it’s perfectly normal; it’s just the seasoning.

Step Three:

  • Oil Lightly: After drying, rub a very light layer of DeathlyStag Cast Iron Seasoning onto the surface of your skillet. Use a paper towel to spread the seasoning evenly and wipe the surface until no oil residue remains. This helps maintain the non-stick surface and protects against rust.

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Absolutely beautifully made board! The quality of the wood and craftsmanship is well above what I even imagined! I'm so happy with this board my husband is going to love it!


Matt was so wonderful to work with and was prompt and knowledgeable with answering all my questions. This is a gift for my husband who loves to grill. The board is absolutely perfect in every way. I am sure he will love it! Matt I can't thank enough for all your hard work. I appreciate all your efforts and will be keeping in touch for other orders in the near future. Thank again :)


Incredibly beautiful. Very nice doing business with you. My son loved it!!! Actually he called it “bad ass!” Thank you.