So, I was bemoaning last night the sorry state of my cast iron grill pan. See, when I first got it, I wasn't nearly diligent enough in my cleaning of things immediately after use. This has left a seemingly impenetrable layer of burnt on stuff. (See, I used to use it at WAY too high a heat, and, well, carbon fusion happened.) The tough bit is the tight space between the grill blades.
Today at lunch, I had a thought: Dremel tool + wire brush disk = TADA!
This is how I will spend my night off from rehearsal. With any luck, it'll be good as new, and reseasoning before bedtime.
Y'reckon I need safety goggles for this?