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I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasonedreseasoned it.

I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasoned it.

I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasoned it.

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I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasonedreseasoned it.

I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasoned it.

I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasoned it.

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I did this same exact thing and I believe the reddish-brown powder is rust. It stuck on my fingers like rust would. When I wiped off the powder, the bottom was no longer slick so I think I burned the seasoning off.

There were no flakes per se, but around the rust area there was a light yellowish ring which I beleived to be the seasoning starting to peel away from the metal.

I used sandpaper on it, rinsed it, and reseasoned it.