Clean the 36cm cast iron two handle wok After Every Use
Now that your 36cm two handle wok is free from rust, you can cook on it. You need to make sure the grates are clean before you season and store them, so it is best to clean the large wok with wooden lid (as well as other cast iron appliances, such as a cast iron skillet) after each use. An effective and easy way to do this is using some paper towels or a dish towel to clean away cooked-on food. While you should let the cast iron two handle wok with wooden lid cool down, it is most effective with some heat, so you should still do this while the cast iron two handle wok are still quite warm. Then, simply wipe away food left on the Japanese cast iron wok using paper towels. If the food is stuck, use a wire brush to scratch food away from the large skillet. Use kosher salt paste or baking soda paste to remove the most stubborn chunks of food. Apply the paste using a nylon sponge and scrub away until the buildup is gone.
Season the Chinese cast iron two handle wok
Every time you finish cleaning the cast iron wok, you can stop rust from developing by properly re-seasoning the big two handle wok with wooden lid before you store it. Rub a thin layer of vegetable oil onto the cast iron wok pan surface. The oil can prevent the rust from building up, which will save you from cleaning away flakes of rust whenever you decide to have a barbecue.