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Did you clean the manufactures clear coat sealant off before you started seasoning it? I actually have a nice wok sitting waiting to be seasoned, because I haven't had time to scrub the clear coat off of it yet it takes a bit of time! You just need a brillo pad or such, then heat add oil wipe out with paper towel till there is no more brown color on the ...


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IF you are sure you have burned in the coating and have nothing to lose: -If the damaged coating still has some plastic-ish properties, try aggressive solvents (acetone, nitro thinner, THF... familiarize yourself first with how to handle them safely, and make sure none remains before using the wok for food). -If it is carbonized or does not take to ...


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A wok is designed to put food in heat at the center and relax some of the heat as you move away from center, and you keeping the food moving in and out of that hot spot so you get an even sear all around. To mimic this, use a wide 12 inch or larger skillet (depending on your quantity of food) with high walls, and make it hot. Continuously flip the food ...



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