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    Posted 10 years ago

    greely1
    (69 items)

    Very ornate parlor stove probably from the turn of last century. Still usable
    and in great condition for its age. Little surface rust but still solid. Still has the original clay bowl for the coal.

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    1. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 8 years ago
      I'm sure you know this already but I have handled and sold hundreds of cast iron items in the past and there is something safe and cheap that you can use to stop the rust and return the original looks of the cast iron. It's called VASELINE and it works GREAT. Rub it in ...leave it on for 15 minutes then rub it off/wipe it off and the rust is gone. Works on all can-rust items , like I said...it's cheap and non-smelling and safe. Good Luck, BOB

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