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Porcelain Stovetop Steamers

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Anyone with a wood stove knows the comfort of its heat - and its drying effect on the winter air. Our durable iron steamers put gentle moisture back into the air naturally and without electricity. Simply add water and place on your stove.
  • Heavy-duty cast iron stands up to extreme heat
  • Porcelain enamel can't rust or allow iron into the water
  • Narrow profile fits any stove - even fireplace inserts
  • Choose traditional flat black iron (not encased in porcelain) or gleaming, glossy colors
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PORCELAIN STOVETOP STEAMERS DESCRIPTION
  • 6"H x 11"L x 6-3/4"
  • Holds approx. 1-1/2 qt
  • 6-3/4 lb
  • Imported

Note: Not to be used for drinking water or cooking.


Customer Reviews of Porcelain Stovetop Steamers
Product Rating: 3.6 out of 5.0(5 reviews)
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- 12/30/2011
said: kad1
"I love, love, love, this steamer pot. I had been debating for over a year as several other types I tried ended up leaking and this was a bit more money. I am SO glad I got it. Does not leak, provides necessary moisture in the air, does not boil over or out, easy to fill. Highly recommended."
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- 10/18/2011
said: Mary S.
"Heavy, beautiful color. However after 2 days of use, there is rust forming around the rim of the inside of the top piece. I plan to spray rustoleum on it, but don't feel I should have to do so. A little disappointed."
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- 11/23/2010
said: John
"Heavy weight cast iron - unfortunately Chinese made. Large container vs. my old iron kettle - hopefully it will last without rusting longer than my last non-enameled pot."
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- 11/16/2011
said: Bick
"Mine is also rusting around the edges. I have 2 of these and it's not on the outside just inside."
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- 11/26/2012
said: Anonymous User
"After the first season I noticed some enamel popping off of the outside. During the second season this got worse. Now the outside has lost about a third of its enamel showing many spots of cast iron on the outside. The inside enamel is still good though. I will try one of these without enamel on the outside as it appears that one has enamel on the inside. Works great however! "
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