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Antique cast iron stove

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Here are a few examples of Ginger Creek Antique Stoves' satisfied customers creating a perfect historic centerpiece for their homes from our fully functional restored stoves.

Here are a few examples of Ginger Creek Antique Stoves' satisfied customers creating a perfect historic centerpiece for their homes from our fully functional restored stoves.

Cast iron open fire cooking range from the 1800's/early 1900's. Black Country Living Museum Dudley West Midlands England UK Stock Photo

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Had one of these in my kitchen years ago.  Had to burn a fire in summer and winter because it was hooked up to my hot water tank.  Has anyone else used one?

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q how to restore an old cast iron wood burning stove, diy, how to, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling

The story of this stove started in a small town in Mexico. It was in my mother's family and was used to cook on and heat the kitchen when she was a kid. When the home was upgraded and a conventional stove was installed, it was kicked to the curb and was put outside for around 30 years. My mom brought the stove back to AZ a couple years ago and she ended up giving to me (I'm going to lie, that was an emotional day for me. I was a little fearful of the project but also felt honored that…

Wood cook stove restoration tips

Restoring a cast iron wood stove completely covered in rust. Steel wool is the best choice. But if the rust is too bad for that, start with wire brushes. Sandblasting is okay if you have the equipment, but expensive if you don't.