Add healthy moisture to the air and dress up your wood stove with our Flying Pig Wood Stove Steamer. Finely detailed cast iron steamer holds 2¾ quarts of water, so it won't run dry when left on your stove overnight.
The whimsical Flying Pig design is a classic take on the saying "when pigs fly." Steam escapes from the pig's snout. It's sure to bring a smile during every season, and looks good year round whether you're using your wood stove or not.
Using your wood stove generates much needed heat yet dries the air. An energy-efficient alternative to electric humidifiers, our long-lasting cast iron steamer is an easy, low-tech way to combat dry air, relieve allergies and asthma symptoms, and create a more comfortable, healthy living environment for people, pets and plants. Add essential oils, cinnamon sticks, cloves or potpourri for a pleasant fragrance and aromatherapy.
The design adds a charming touch to your wood burning stove in any season - it makes a great conversation piece, as well as a unique gift! This wood stove accessory also works with pellet stoves, coal stoves and corn-burning stoves.
Matte black enamel finish inside and out to resist rust and look good season after season.
- Charming wood stove steamer with cute flying pig design
- Fun to look at yet practical steamer adds healthy moisture to dry air
- Generous 2¾ quart capacity means you can leave it on your stove overnight
- Matte black enamel finish inside and out resists rust, maintains its appearance
- A unique solution to a common problem and a fun-loving conversation piece
- Perfect for home or cabin, and makes a great gift, too
12"L x 7"W x 9¾"H
12"L x 7"W x 9¾"H
Weighs approx. 16½ lbs.
2¾ qt. capacity
Care and Cleaning
You can season your steamer just like a cast iron skillet. Wipe the entire steamer, inside and out, with food-grade vegetable oil that has a high smoking point (soybean, canola). Place it in a 400 degree oven for 30-60 minutes. Allow to cool completely. Repeat as needed.
Wash with warm soapy water and a soft-bristled brush. Rinse well and dry thoroughly before storage. Keep in a cool, dry place with the lid off. Place 2-3 paper towels inside to help absorb any moisture/humidity that may accumulate.
Rust will naturally occur. Remove it from your cast iron steamer with a piece of fine-grade sandpaper. Rinse the steamer, dry thoroughly with a soft towel, then re-season.