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  • Misen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin seen from above with blue lid removed to reveal pale yellow seasoning wax puck.
  • MIsen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin with lid partially removed on a white background, showing a pale yellow wax puck.
  • Hands wiping seasoning wax puck with a paper towel held above an unseasoned carbon steel pan on a countertop.
  • Misen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin seen from above with blue lid removed to reveal pale yellow seasoning wax puck.
  • MIsen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin with lid partially removed on a white background, showing a pale yellow wax puck.
  • Hands wiping seasoning wax puck with a paper towel held above an unseasoned carbon steel pan on a countertop.
Misen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin seen from above with blue lid removed to reveal pale yellow seasoning wax puck.
MIsen Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax tin with lid partially removed on a white background, showing a pale yellow wax puck.
Hands wiping seasoning wax puck with a paper towel held above an unseasoned carbon steel pan on a countertop.

Carbon Steel Seasoning Wax

$15
Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 112 reviews

A proprietary blend of non-GMO soybean oil, coconut oil, and beeswax specially formulated for seasoning carbon steel or cast iron cookware.

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A cook using a paper towel to spread seasoning wax onto the surface of a Misen Carbon Steel Pan on a stovetop.
A cook using a paper towel to spread seasoning wax onto the surface of a Misen Carbon Steel Pan on a stovetop.

Season for Success

A good seasoning layer from natural waxes and oils keeps your carbon steel & cast iron cookware from rusting, and creates a smooth nonstick surface. This proprietary blend of non-GMO soybean oil, coconut oil, and beeswax is designed to get you a lasting, effective patina, whether you're doing a big initial seasoning or just touching it up between uses.

Everything You Need to Know Before You Buy

Seasoning is Simple

Use just a little wax
Carbon steel is less porous than cast iron, so it doesn’t need much — only ¼ teaspoon per application. Spread it on very thinly, and wipe away any excess.

Get your pan smoking hot
Heat until lightly smoking, and the pan gains some color.

Wipe up any visible wax
More wax will appear as your pan heats. Wipe it away as it collects, to ensure a smooth patina.

Get step-by-step instructions
For detailed instructions, visit our Carbon Steel 101 page to learn how to season your pan in the oven, or on the stovetop.

average rating4.8out of 5
Based on 112 reviews
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98%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
112 Reviews
Reviewed by Jim M.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Carbon steel seasoning wax

The seasoning wax is so much easier, and better then the old traditional way my new pan turned out prefect.

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Reviewed by Alex C.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Misen wax

Great stuff

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Reviewed by Robert L.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Easy to apply

Product is easy to apply, no mess.

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Reviewed by David T.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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misen pan wax

worked like a charm .. i did it seven times before using it...

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Reviewed by David H.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Carbon steel seasoning wax

Easier way to season carbon steel pans.

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