Superstrawn Enterprises, LLC

Cast Iron Cookware

Our mission is to help you better
Collect, Restore & Use
Cast Iron Cookware.
We plan to accomplish our mission by
Producing educational videos on YouTube,
Moderating an engaging Facebook group,
Administrating a website geared toward cast iron education
Developing helpful products for cast iron users
But first, tea

The Cast Iron Cookware Mission

5. Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.

6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

Proverbs 3:5-6

    The first piece of cast iron cookware that I ever purchased was a BSR #14 Century series in 1985 from a truck vender in a gas station parking lot for 5 dollars. I thought that it would be great for homemade pizza a I was right. For the next 30 years, pizza was the only interest that I had in cast iron cookware.

    In October of 2015 that would all change when I wanted to learn how to make biscuits like my grandmother used to make and of course the #14 found a new purpose. It is at that time I fell in love with cast iron cookware. I became an insane collector for the next 2 years and amassed a collection of about 300 pieces.

    With anything that begins with that much fire and energy, a burnout soon follows. I found a new hobbies that needed a bankroll and sadly most of my collection fell on the auction block with me only saving a few dozen pieces from my collection. I never lost the love for cast iron cookware and continued to use them every day.

    About a year later in July of 2018 because of me constantly talking about cast iron, my daughter suggested that I share my small collection on YouTube. That little video ignited my enthusiasm for cast iron cookware again and the YouTube channel took on a life of itself. Since then I have decided to focus all of my energy towards helping other enthusiast to better collect, restore and use cast iron cookware.

    Preserving the history and indorsing safe restoration techniques has became my mission. There is so much more for me to learn but I am determined  to continue researching and plan to share every bit of information that I find.

    You are definitely invited to join me on this journey through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and most definatly YouTube.

    I just want to say thank you to everyone who has already been a part of this journey by watching my videos, liking, sharing and commenting on them. Everyone who who has connected on social media, supported me on Patron, purchased products through my links on Amazon and on this website has made it possible for me to continue this cast iron journey.

    Thank you so very much! I am truly forever grateful.

Stephen T. Strawn

How I got started with Cast Iron Cookware

Your Easy Beezy will arrive with about ½ inch of the of the seasoning already exposed. This should be enough to get you started.

Once you have used the initial ½ inch of seasoning, tear a little paper from the end of the stick to expose the wax for farther use. A lot like you would for a coloring crayon.

Please note that you should use oven mitts when handling hot cookware. Safety First!



Step-1. Preheat cookware in the oven to at least 200-250 degrees F (93-121 C). This will ensure the cookware is hot enough for melting the tip of the Easy Beezy.


Step-2. Rub a thin layer of the Easy Beezy onto the heated cookware.


Step-3. Use a “Wax On” cloth to rub the melted seasoning oil over the entire surface of the cookware. Note: This cloth will eventually become completely infused and you will need to use less of the Seasoning Stick with each application.


Step-4. Use a clean “Wax Off” cloth to remove as much of the excess seasoning as possible. The rule for seasoning oil is “Less Is Best”.  Note: The “Wax Off” cloth will eventually become completely infused and you will need to replace it with a new one. The old “Wax Off” cloth can become your new “Wax On” cloth.


Step-5. Place your cookware back in the oven upside down for one hour at 480-500 degrees F (250-260 C).  This will allow for polymerization of the seasoning oils to occur. After one hour, allow it to cool down enough to repeat the process two additional times.

Three applications and you're ready to start cooking! Your cast iron will continue to look an perform better with each use!

For touchups and storing, apply a thin layer to keep your cookware ready to use!

Instructions for using the Easy Beezy Cast Iron Seasoning

The Cast Iron Seasoning Stick is a 4oz. blend of Grape Seed Oil & Avocado Oil with Beeswax as a bonding medium, all wrapped up in a convenient, easy to use stick!

New Packaging to ensure your product arrives in great condition!

The new packaging also doubles as a convenient Storage Tube! 

Making Cast Iron Seasoning

"Easy Peasy" 



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Due to Covid 19 & the Holiday Season Rush, there may be delays with the USPS shipping. Hopefully a lot of the current delays will go away in the comming New Year.


Seasoning Stick

User Pics & Reviews


“Just got my seasoning stick. My pan has never looked better. God Bless you and yours.”



“Very good product and very easy to use, it’s like magic! Works just like you show!”



“Been using on various pieces. It is easy and I am impressive with its results. Great product.”



“Just letting you know I LOVE the seasoning stick! I really can’t compare it to anything since I never seasoned anything properly before. Kinda new to this. Used it on my son's pan and 2 of mine. Looking good.”



“The Seasoning Stick is the most convenient way to season your pans, and you can quote me on that.

Seasoning a 19th Century griddle with my new Seasoning Stick right now, love the convenience, it’s a lot less messy than the “pucks”!”

Before & Afters

Customer Reviews

Material Safety Data Sheet


Cast Iron Cookware Seasoning Stick (Original Formula)

Part One - Identification

Product Identifier: Cast Iron Cookware Seasoning Stick – Grape Seed Oil, Avocado Oil and Beeswax

Manufacturer Name: Cast Iron Cookware Superstrawn Enterprises, LLC

Manufacturer Address: 1431 Old Sheffield Gap Road Attalla Al. 35954

Manufacturer Phone: (256) 504-2563

Emergency Phone Number: (256) 504-2563

Recommended Use: Cast iron & Carbon steel seasoning – Wood Cutting Board Conditioner

Restrictions on Use: N/A

Part Two - Hazardous Identification

Physical Hazards: N/A

Health Hazards: Slightly hazardous as (irritant) in cases of skin contact, eye contact, ingestion and inhalation.

Label Elements: N/A

Precautionary statements:

If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water.

If in eyes, remove contact lenses (if applicable), rinse thoroughly with water for several minutes.

If inhaled and breathing is difficult, remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.

If there is exposure concerns, irritation or rash get medical advice/attention.

If experiencing respiratory symptoms, Call a Poison Center or a doctor/physician.

Part Three - Ingredients and composition

Chemical Ingredients:

Grape Seed Oil - CAS 8024-22-4

Beeswax - CAS 8012-89-3

Avocado Oil – CAS 8024-32-6

The exact percentages of each ingredient are withheld as a trade secret.

Part Four - First Aid

If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water.

If in eyes, remove contact lenses (if applicable), rinse thoroughly with water for several minutes.

If inhaled and breathing is difficult, remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.

If ingestion, do not induce vomiting.

If there is exposure concerns, irritation or rash get medical advice/attention.

If experiencing respiratory symptoms, Call a Poison Center or a doctor/physician.

If the victim is not breathing, call 911 and if you are trained to administer CPR, begin CPR.

Part Five - Fire-fighting Measures

Flashpoint is 615 degrees Fahrenheit

Suitable fire extinguishing equipment: Dry Chemical (B-C)

Chemical hazards from fire: None

Part Six - Accidental Release Measures

Emergency Procedures: Evacuate non-essential personnel due to slipping hazard.

Use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment: Safety glasses, Non-slip waterproof boots and suitable protective clothing.

Proper Methods of Containment and Cleanup: Absorb spill with inert materials, dry sand, absorbing compound and place in an appropriate waste container.

Contain spill and prevent it from entering bodies of water

Part Seven - Handling and Storage

Handling: Apply good manufacturing practice and industrial hygiene practice.

Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from sources of heat and flame. Refrigeration optional.

Dispose of properly: Caution should be used when disposing of oil infused materials to avoid the possibility of spontaneous combustion.

Part Eight - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Protective Gloves: Liquid/Oil resistant gloves when handling cooled material and Heat + Liquid/Oil resistant gloves when handling heated materials.

Eye Protection: Safety glasses/goggles when and where splashing could occur.

Footwear: Non-slip footwear is recommended.

Part Nine - Physical and Chemical Properties

Physical State: Solid at room temperature and becomes liquid at 144 degrees F.

Solubility in Water: Insoluble in water.

Part Ten - Toxicological Information

Related Symptoms: Slightly hazardous as an irritant in case of skin, eye contact, ingestion, or inhalation.

Part Eleven - Disposal

Disposal: Dispose in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.

Part Twelve – Transportation

Transportation: Not environmentally hazardous for transport.

Part Thirteen - Regulatory Information

HMIS (USA): Health Hazard – 1; Fire Hazard – 1; Reactivity – 0; Personal Protection – A

National Fire Protection Association (USA): Health – 1; Flammability – 1; Reactivity – 0


The information above is believed to be accurate and is given in good faith, but no representation of warranty as to its completeness or accuracy is made. Users are responsible for determining the suitability of this products for their own particular purpose. In no event shall we be liable for any claims, losses, or damages with respect to information or products, and no warranty is made, neither expressed nor implied.


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