New Cast Iron Cleaner Ranks #1 On Amazon
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 01, 2015 ) Gainesville, GA -- JNC Products proudly announce today that its brand new kitchen tool, the Skillet Skrunchie, ranked as the #1 New Release in its category on Amazon just one day after launching it for sale.
The company's media liaison, Alex Howard, exclaimed, "We are over the moon. So much focus and energy has been devoted to bringing the product to market. This really affirms our good work."
Cast iron cooking dates back at least two millennia. Although cast iron pans were a fixture in practically every American kitchen during the early and mid-20th century, their popularity waned by the 1960s with the advent of Teflon-coated cookware.
In recent years, studies have shown that chemical coatings can, under certain circumstances, create toxicity in cookware. Not surprisingly, cast iron has reemerged, owing largely to its health benefits, durability, affordability, and versatility. As it turns out, Grandma was right all along.
A cast iron pan can last 100 years or more if it is seasoned and maintained the right way. Vegetable oils cooked onto the iron create a natural and healthy nonstick coating. The trick is not to strip off the seasoning when cleaning the pan.
"That's where a chainmail scrubber comes in," Howard explained. "The Skillet Skrunchie works without soap or detergent to gently and thoroughly remove grit and gunk while preserving the seasoned surface of the pan."
The fact that the Skillet Skrunchie reached the #1 spot for new products in the "Skillets" category on Amazon indicates the demand for easy and effective ways to clean cast iron is strong.
About JNC Products
JNC Products is a family-owned company that sells the Skillet Skrunchie, a premium quality chainmail scrubber for cast iron cooks and chefs who need to thoroughly clean their cookware while preserving its seasoning.
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