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Posted on Has anyone tried "seasoning" an old vintage plane like a pan instead of "japanning"

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#1 posted 09-20-2018 06:18 PM

JayT and Ian make good points about warpage. Cast Iron, especially when cast thin, likes to move with temperature. I just realized this is a block plane. Which probably makes it less likely to warp but also makes any warpage more of a problem since the frog is cast in. Just another thought…

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