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Le Creuset 12-Ounce Enameled Cast-Iron Cleaner

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  • Cast-iron cleaner for Le Creuset cast-iron cookware
  • 12 ounces; 100-percent biodegradable
  • Natural ingredients remove stains, grease, and grime
  • Additional polishing agent preserves beauty and finish of each piece
  • Simply apply cleaner, rinse with water, and wipe clean
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Le Creuset 12-Ounce Enameled Cast-Iron Cleaner + Le Creuset Silicone Cool Tool Handle Sleeve, Cherry + Le Creuset Silicone 8" Round Cool Tool, Cherry
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000E5D04E
  • Item model number: SC2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,861 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Le Creuset Cast Iron Cookware Cleaner-Clear


  • Cast-iron cleaner for Le Creuset cast-iron cookware
  • 12 ounces; 100-percent biodegradable
  • Natural ingredients remove stains, grease, and grime
  • Additional polishing agent preserves beauty and finish of each piece
  • Simply apply cleaner, rinse with water, and wipe clean

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Safety Warning
Caution: Eye irritant. Should cleaner be splashed or rubbed into the eyes, wash out thoroughly with water. Keep away from children.

Customer Reviews

If you have Le Creuset, you NEED this!
The Sixes
I'm going to continue using this product because as of right now, I have found nothing that works better.
Chicago Book Addict
I have always washed the dutch ovens by hand, with hot water and mild soap -- never in the dishwasher.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

216 of 223 people found the following review helpful By KfromTX on July 9, 2008
I have owned Le Creuset products for years and have heard suggestions for everything from Soft Scrub to salt for cleaning. I recently changed to earth-friendly products and have been using Bon Ami cleanser in my home. It is noted on the can that it's recommended by Chantal, Corning Ware, Farberware among many others for cleaning their cookware so I thought I'd give it a try on the interior of my Le Creuset. Works like magic, rinses clean and does not scratch. Gets that last little bit of "stuff" out that your scrubbie pad can't seem to get off, removes light stains. Best of all, it only costs about $1 for a whole can! Try it on your stainless pots & pans, too. I bought the Le Creuset cleaner recently to see if it would get the brown spots off the underside of my pans but it didn't work & unfortunately nothing seems to. Be careful if you have an electric stove that your stove burners do not damage the bottom of your Le Creuset, mine have - I did not have this problem when I cooked on a gas stove. All in all the Le Creuset cleaner does not work any better than Bon Ami, so I will save my money in the future.
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By C. Coleman on February 22, 2008
This product did not remove month old stain on my Le Creuset Dutch oven. Also, it did not bring back shine to the enamel. It recommends wearing rubber gloves while using this product. The label does not specify that this product is biodegradable. Le Crueset recommends removing stains from enamel by boiling 1 part Tide or Gain and 3 parts water for 10 minutes in the enameled container. Let cool and wash with dish wash soap. Dry the container and then rub with white vinegar to renew shine.
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Snail Sister on January 9, 2007
I have a few brown spots on the bottom of my le creuset. I have never been able to get them off. I thought this product would be the magic formula, but it wasn't. If you're thinking about purchasing a le creuset you might think about purchasing the cleaner too to catch any stains as they happen, but once they're set nothing will take them out - not even this cleaner.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By F. Vargas on July 25, 2011
I didn't realize how inferior this product was until I used Bar Keeper's Friend instead to remove some stains from the bottom and inside of my Le Creuset pot, it doesn't ruin the enamel finish and it works much quicker. The best part? It costs 10x less! (if you don't buy it online). I do not recommend this cleaner.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By vampira bitely VINE VOICE on June 6, 2010
i had been hesitant to buy this cleaner for many years, because of the mixed reviews. besides it was a non-issue anyway because none of my pots were really stained. (even the 20 yr old ones from my mom.) enter husband. my ex-husband was learning how to cook, and wasn't clear on how much lower temps it takes to cook with LC. consequently my buffet casserole got completely scorched and no amount of soaking/scrubbing was going to remove it. so i thought i'd give this a try.

the instructions state that you pour it on, and wipe it off immediately, rinse and dry. this did NOTHING! but i figured i'd better try again.

the second time i let it sit for a minute or two before going to work with a giant wad of paper towel and rubbing HARD. okay, i could definitely start to see a massive improvement now. it does take it off, but not with an easy wipe, i had to rub hard for a long time to get this off. but off it came. about 99% of the stain is gone. just a few flecks that will probably come off in a subsequent cleaning. i tried to get some burned flecks off of my vintage skillet, and i did see some improvement, but not as much as on the recent scorch. i would've kept on trying, but my arm was tired.

the nice thing about this cleanser is that it still leaves the enamel shiny. like brand new shiny. i was scared to use anything else in my LC and dull the finish, and make it MORE prone to staining for the future.

it definitely works, it just takes more elbow grease than the package directions lead you to believe.

UPDATE: 1/2012

Love this stuff. It works really well, and you don't need to use much. I still have most of my bottle left.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on October 27, 2007
One thing I should have done before using my Le Creuset grill pan is READ the manual! Apparently cast iron can function on a much lower heat than metal pans, so naturally I turned the heat up fairly high to grill some chicken and apparently that is a no, no with cast iron. Due to the pan overheating, my marinade got stuck to the bottom and I thought it would never come off. After letting the pan completely cool, I soaked it in water and reg. dish washing soap for a few hours and most of the marinade came off. But for the rest, nothing seemed to take off the stains but this! I am very glad I purchased this to complete my Le Creuset set. It's something nice to have on hand for those stubborn stains that regular dishwashing soap can't remove.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By B. Haywood on November 13, 2007
I've used my 7 1/4 qt French Oven about once a week over the past 2 yrs, and I put some serious stains on the finish. I was skeptical about this product based on some negative reviews I read here (associated with other marketplace merchants), and the extent of the stains on my pot. But it worked as advertised -- pretty much removed every stain and mark on the finish with just a few wipes of a paper towel.
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