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

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    • 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
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Rutland
    Part Number: 70
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: RUT-70
    UPC: 00022624000709

    Features

    • 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
    * Please Note: This polish is not recommended for painted surfaces or those that come into contact with food.

    If you have a stove that doesn't have a painted finish, this polish will restore its original beautiful luster. It can be used on cast iron and steel stoves. The polish is made with a formula that uses only the best waxes and black pigments and it is completely non-flammable as well as non-toxic. The product comes in a squeeze tube to make application easy and it can be buffed to a beautiful shiny finish.
    Customer Questions & Answers
    12 Questions & 12 Answers
    Lisa
    from Staffordshire asked:
    November 22, 2017
    Once polished, if I touch it, will my finger be covered in a mess? As zepo polish leaves mess on your finger if you touch it.
    1 Answer
    This product can stain clothing and skin, so we do recommend the use of gloves.
    Kelsey C.
    on November 22, 2017

    Carl
    from Monterey, CA asked:
    December 11, 2015
    Would this Rutland black cast iron and steel stove polish paste be a good product for the cast iron top of an old gas stove around the burners? I cleaned mine down to the natural metal color. Would it also make cleanup easier and not come off onto clothing, etc?
    1 Answer
    This product is made to restore bare cast iron and not meant to be applied to sheet metal surfaces of common gas ranges. So long as the body of your antique range is cast iron, this product will be ideal for restoring this surface to it's natural finish. This product will stain clothing and it is highly recommended to use gloves.
    Will M.
    on December 11, 2015

    Katherine
    from Squamish, BC asked:
    November 3, 2015
    Is it safe to use this Rutland black cast iron and steel stove polish paste on the inside walls of a gas fireplace insert? I think the walls are steel, and were originally black, but some of the black has worn off.
    1 Answer
    This would not work for your application as it is simply meant to accent the natural finish of cast iron. For your panels, we would suggest looking into one of our High Heat Stove Paints.
    Brennan W.
    on November 3, 2015

    Dana
    from WI asked:
    August 10, 2015
    What is the difference between using this Rutland black cast iron and steel stove polish paste and a high temperature paint? How long does this polish paste last? I read that high temperature paint should not be used where flames might touch inside the cast iron stove.
    1 Answer
    The primary difference is that the polish is intended to restore and highlight the natural finish of the cast iron to which it is applied. If your goal is to completely cover the metal surface or change it's appearance, high temp paint would be more appropriate. High temp paint can be used in an area that receives contact from flames. However, it will be necessary to reapply paint to such an area more frequently than other areas.
    Kevin E.
    on August 11, 2015

    Lou
    from Muldrow, OK asked:
    June 7, 2015
    After applying this Rutland Black Cast Iron polish paste, will this cause the stove to produce any odor or cause it to smoke?
    1 Answer
    A light haze can indeed be released, accompanied by an acrid smell. However, this will only last for moments and the smell quickly dissipates.
    eFireplaceStore
    on June 7, 2015

    Peter
    from Brooklyn, NY asked:
    February 18, 2015
    Can this paste be used to polish black gas pipe?
    1 Answer
    It can be used for this purpose, but will not have the same high luster finish as cast iron, due to the reduced porosity of the gas piping.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 19, 2015

    Mark
    from Indian Trail, NC asked:
    February 15, 2015
    Will this stove polish paste keep a cast iron stove that's outside from rusting if I keep a cover over it?
    1 Answer
    When applied regularly, this will indeed keep the stove from corroding, as long as the unit is covered and protected from precipitation.
    eFireplaceStore
    on February 16, 2015

    Mike
    from Frankfort, KY asked:
    January 7, 2015
    I have a 100 year old steel floor grate (in a corner location where it will not get stepped on) that is rusty on the bottom and has peeling paint on the top. I was thinking about sandblasting the paint off and then applying this product. Will sandblasting keep the polish from bonding? Does it need a bit of rust to bond?
    1 Answer
    The sand blasting process should not cause an issue with the application of this product. A metal surface will only require some porosity in order for the polish to take. As long as the steel surface is not overly dense, the polish should take without a problem.
    eFireplaceStore
    on January 7, 2015

    Kathy
    from Attica, NY asked:
    December 4, 2014
    If I use this Rutland Black Cast Iron and Steel Stove Polish Paste, am I able to paint over the polish with a high temperature paint?
    1 Answer
    This polish is made to restore bare cast iron and bring back the natural finish of the metal. It should not be painted over. If your casting is to be painted, I recommend sanding any heavy corrosion, then applying a high temperature paint.
    eFireplaceStore
    on December 5, 2014

    Kim
    from Albuquerque, NM asked:
    October 5, 2014
    How much of an area does the 2.7 oz tube cover?
    1 Answer
    While it depends on the stove in question, the average sized cast iron stove (3 feet by 2 1/2 feet by 2 1/2 feet) is easily covered by a single tube. Only when you are working with an exceptionally large stove or a heavily corroded example would part of a second tube be needed.
    eFireplaceStore
    on October 6, 2014

    Denny
    from Tampa, FL asked:
    July 6, 2013
    Do you have a deep gray polish for a cast iron stove with a graphite-colored finish?
    1 Answer
    The best product for your needs would be the William's Stove Polish - 2.7 Ounce Tube. This polish is designed to buff to the dark grey coloration that you are looking for.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 8, 2013

    Cyndi
    from Albuquerque, NM asked:
    July 17, 2012
    I have an antique cast iron stove that will be outside in the open. It will be on my open patio to use for serving. How can I protect it?
    1 Answer
    The best option to protect your stove would be to use an approved high heat paint to finish the stove, prior to putting it outdoors. Bare cast iron will corrode very quickly when exposed to the elements, even if it has been cleaned and polished. Please let me know if you would be interested in a certain color and I will be happy to help locate the proper paint for your needs.
    Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional
    on July 17, 2012

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    By Mary from San Jose, CA on September 30, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Excellent Product
    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.
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