We had the hotplate of our Rayburn 'skimmed' as it had buckled a bit and did not convey the heat as well as could be to a flat pan bottom. It looks marvellously shiny now, and hungry for some oil, fat or grease. I wonder whether I should put some on, before we start using it again?
I've got olive oil, petroleum jelly, motor oil, WD 40, beeswax and dripping: would one of those do the job? Or butter of course.
Or does it not need oiling/greasing or whatever? It really looks as if it does.
Thanks! Annemieke, http://thoughtforfood-aw.blogspot.com