Best way cleaning camping cookware?

typhoeus

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For every web page against, there is one for: etc. etc. My choice is to avoid aluminium and I recommend people to do likewise, but in the end we are responsible for our own choices in life, good and bad.
Shall we discuss teflon next? ::D:D:D
 

LiamBlack

New Member
I use cast iron . while its hot tip in some cold water with washing detergent , if its really baked on let it boil and clean its self . rinse with clean water and oil . most of the time it only needs a wipe out and re oil as cast-iron makes its own non stick coating unless you burn stuff.
we also use the same cleaning method on stainless steel so I don't see any reason why titanium would be any different . you will be surprised what dishwashing detergent will remove when boiling

I also use cast iron.

Even using the boiler, there were no problems, they poured it with cheap chemistry after cooking to remove the fat and that's it, I don’t remember that something burned on it. Good things!
 

Kegs1972

Active Member
we use cast iron at home and camping. Check out Solidteknics, they have a multigenerational warranty. When seasoned correctly they're absolutely non stick. I use the boil water in it and they clean themselves method, dry back on the heat and add a small amount oil until it starts smoking, Cool a little and wipe with a paper towel. They are fantastic!
 

Rusty Panels

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We had a little poodle for 17 years and one night we were saying goodbye to visitors, when we came back inside the Tim Tams and chocolate cake that were on the coffee table were gone. She was sitting alongside with chocolate all over her face.
 

Decca

Active Member
The alloy thing with pots was the old non coated alloy pots, the coated type is not a issue, if ally does cause brain issues we had better stop using most deodorants as well
I think deoderants are ok. Anti perspirants have the ally in them. Do you treat the cause or the symptom???

Re cooking I just keep it simple.. single burner stove. Clean up with paper handtowels and wet wipes, bit of deterent and hot water to finish off.
Usually a couple of mug fulls of water in the kettle... one for a cuppa and remainder to clean and rinse off dishes and pan.
 

lars cordes

Active Member
I use cast iron . while its hot tip in some cold water with washing detergent , if its really baked on let it boil and clean its self . rinse with clean water and oil . most of the time it only needs a wipe out and re oil as cast-iron makes its own non stick coating unless you burn stuff.
we also use the same cleaning method on stainless steel so I don't see any reason why titanium would be any different . you will be surprised what dishwashing detergent will remove when boiling
recall reading somewhere its best not to use detergent on cast iron as it can be absorbed ... personally have found that hot water, scrubbing & cooking oil cleans your cast iron stuff well & keeps em in good knick
 

John U

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Hello everyone,

Just got myself a titanium pan from HPro and some titanium folding sporks from timberbrother on amazon for my next camping plan, my wonder is: what’s the best way cleaning titanium camping cookware? Anybody have experience or know how on maintaining them?

Many thanks!
I’ve got a titanium spork. I just wash it in warm soapy water. It looks and washes a lot like aluminium. I’d treat it the same way. Wash in soapy water.
I don’t think it’ll rust so it shouldn’t need special treatment.
 
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