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i bought your pf9 inch stove and i must say that it is a very awesome stove that i can not keep up with.

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Ken, Pennsylvania  (PF5S50)
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Hello there i bought your pf9inch stove and i must say that it is a very awesome stove that i can not keep up with , i have the original hand hammered carbon steel wok that seems to take a long time to get it seasoned ,the wok has the hammer markes still in it when i bought it is there ant tips you can give me on how to season it in a timely fashion , so i can cook the resturant quality food i am seeking ? But i must say it is an awesome stove …
Our Answer (if any): It is not surprise for a regular carbon steel wok to be fully seasoned in 3 months with almost everyday cooking with it. We do not have direct experience with a hand hammered wok, but you can tell us how long when you achieve it. We have a link here for general care of a steel wok: CareIronWare.
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Your product got here and it’s amazing.

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Shamir, UK (PF9L130)
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Wow!

Your product got here and it’s amazing. Very powerful and nicely constructed! Thanks a million. Please do contact me anytime if you want me to put a testimonial up on your site. I’m very happy with the product, I just got to learn how to use it properly. It’s going to be a great journey!

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I’m pleased to report that I got my stir fry stove assembled and running this weekend, so thanks.

Name: Rick, Dallas Texas
Feedback: I’m pleased to report that I got my stir fry stove assembled and running this weekend, so thanks.  One question:  I experimented with changing the settings of the 2 air shutters to change the air-gas mixture, but how do I know I’ve got the maximum setting and maximum heat (I figured out how to get rid of the yellow/red flame and get it to a good blue flame, but should I keep adjusting it to maximize the flame and, if so, which direction do I turn the air shutters to get the maximum efficiency/heat?).  Thanks.  I’m looking forward to trying it out this weekend with my newly seasoned wok.
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Hi Rick, As we understand, the air shutters (EasyFlamer stove) only let you adjust to achieve the blue flame (best correct flame).  In terms of power, the front knob (that your use to ignite) is the one.  Hope this help.