- Perfect Seasoning and Conditioning - Blend of oil and beeswax perfectly seasons and conditions cast iron pans, skillets, and other cookware. Our formula protects and maintains your cast iron better than any other products on the market.
- All Natural Ingredients - Our Beeswax and Oils are sourced from local farms and suppliers in the USA. Our team handpicks the best batches of beeswax for use in our wax blend. The ingredients of our seasoning and conditioner are simply grapeseed oil, Canola oil, and beeswax; We developed a recipe for the perfect ratio of each ingredient.
- Multiple Uses - Our seasoning and conditioner can be applied to old and new cast iron Products, in addition to carbon steel, wood, dutch ovens, grills, and other kitchenware.
- #1 Cast Iron Brand - Knapp Made products are the World’s number one cast iron brand. Our diverse collection of products include scrubbers, dish cloths, pan handles, and more.
Rub your Knapp Made Cast Iron Seasoning and Conditioner on your cast iron for perfect seasoning every time. Our seasoning and conditioning product is a perfect blend of oils and beeswax, allowing for the most effective cast iron cooking. Pair it with our Knapp Made Scrubbers, and you will be set to go with your cast iron kitchenware!
Safety Data Sheet (SDS) - Knapp Made Cast Iron Seasoning and Conditioning
Section 1 - How to Use
- Place your cast iron pan in the oven and preheat your oven to 200-350 degrees F (93-177 C), allowing the cast iron to heat up for about twenty minutes.
- Rub Cast Iron Wax by Knapp Made on all sides of your cast iron pan (including the cover) with a rag or paper towel
- Using a separate clean rag or paper towels, rub the cast iron for a second time, leaving a thin layer of wax on the pan.
- Place your cast iron back in the oven for one hour at 480-500 degrees F (250-260 C). This will allow for polymerization of Cast Iron Wax for seasoning to occur.
- Repeat this process two or three times to make pan slick and ready to cook.
Section 2 - Hazard(s) Identification
Physical Hazards: N/A
Health Hazards: Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), eye contact (irritant), ingestion, or inhalation.
Label Elements: N/A
If on skin: Wash with plenty of soap and water and contact health professional.
If in eyes: Rinse thoroughly with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses (if applicable) and continue rinsing. Contact health professional as soon as possible.
If inhaled: If breathing is difficult, remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. Contact health professional immediately.
If exposed or concerned: Get medical attention from a health professional as soon as possible.
If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical attention from health professional.
If experiencing respiratory symptoms: Call a Poison Center or a doctor/physician or other qualified health professional as applicable.
Section 3 - Composition/Information on Ingredients
Grapeseed Oil - CAS 8024-22-4,
Canola Oil - CAS 120962-03-0
Beeswax - CAS 8012-89-3
The exact percentage concentrations of components are being withheld as per trade secret.
Section 4 - First-Aid Measures
Eye contact: Flush thoroughly with water.and receive treatment from a health professional.
Skin contact: Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation develops and contact a health professional if problem persists.
Inhalation: If breathing is difficult, move victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. Allow victim to rest in a well ventilated area. Seek immediate medical attention from a qualified health professional.
Ingestion: Seek immediate medical attention from a qualified health professional.
Section 5 – Fire-fighting Measures
Flashpoint: 619 degrees F
Suitable Extinguishing Techniques and Equipment: Eliminate fire with a suitable extinguishing media
Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures
Emergency Procedures: Provide employees with appropriate protective equipment.
Protective Equipment: Safety glasses and suitable protective clothing.
For Emergency Responders: Proper personal protective equipment.
Section 7 – Handling and Storage
Handling: Training and applying good manufacturing practice and industrial hygiene standards.
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from sources of heat and flame. Refrigerate as applicable.
Environmental Precautions: Beware of surroundings and keep production away from heat to prevent spontaneous combustion.
Section 8 - Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
Recommended, Safety goggles where splashing might occur.
Section 9 - Specific end uses
Recommended but not limited to Cast Iron Seasoning/Conditioning and maintenance, Carbon steel seasoning/conditioning and maintenance, wood preservation
Section 10 – Physical and Chemical Properties
Physical State: White/Yellow Solid at Room Temperature
Odor and Appearance: Sweet Honey odor, Waxy Appearance
Odor Threshold: N/A
Vapor Pressure/Vapor Density: N/A
Evaporation Rate: N/A
Solubility in Water: Negligible
Section 11 – Disposal Conditions
Dispose in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
Section 12 – Transport Information
Not environmentally hazardous for transport.
Section 13 – 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
Section 14 – Other Information
Instructions for use of our products are only suggestions from our team. Buyers are responsible for determining their own use of products sold here. In no event shall Knapp Made Products, LLC be liable for any damages, losses, or claims in regards to information or products. No warranty is made, communicated or implied. To the best of our knowledge, information shared on our website, and regarding our products, is believed to be correct. However, information is shared in good faith, with no statement of warranty as to its completeness or accuracy. Note: the data sheet contains information collected from other sources.