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Monarch cookstove
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barb    Posted 08-09-2002 at 05:33:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
recently bought Monarch cookstove at auction. it is in good condition, but would like some tips on cleaning rust and restoring cast iron.

Sue    Posted 01-08-2006 at 13:36:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I have a refurbished Monarch Copper Clad cookstove. The numbers on it are H-series,
#PB93-66M. It is made by the malleable range co. from St. Louis, MO. I have all the patent #s. What I want to know is, what year is it and because of insurance can I get it UL approved?
I need this information ASAP.

Thank you,

Pcc-AL    Posted 08-09-2002 at 07:00:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi barb,
I don't have a Monarch, but I don't think brand makes any difference. My stove had not been used in some years after my mother's health declined. It rusted some so I moved it out on the screen porch where smoke is no problem. I then just coated it well with cooking oil and started using it again. Any kind of vegetable oil or shortening is o.k. Stove black works too. Good luck.

Salmoneye    Posted 08-09-2002 at 06:06:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
If the rust is inside...just light it and use it...

If the rust is outside, your only bet is elbow grease and a wire brush.
Unfamiliar with a Monarch, but most cast stoves need a good coat of 'stove black' every couple of years...

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