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Restoration Pizza Oven - Complete Process
- Published on Apr 1, 2023 veröffentlicht
- #Restoration #Rust #Oven #Pizza
In this video I will try to restore an electric pizza oven. The restoration process took about two weeks .I hope you enjoy today's video.Let me know in the comments section what to restore next?
1:00 pizza oven disassembly
7:53 sandblasting parts
11:40 removing the rest of the paint
14:38 metal straightening
18:25 spray painting
19:25 cleaning parts
24:54 sandblasting and metal working
27:07 pizza oven assembly
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Rusty Bread Slicer Restoration
@Joy Dixon рома
😮круто. Очень надеюсь. То что. Ты. Не укаиниц. 😂
Queria conhecer alguém assim
Блюдо от любого шеф-повара может быть переплюнуто обычным поваром но который будет готовить это блюдо на дровах в печи которая греет за счёт дров . И вы хоть что мне говорите но вкуснее армейской каши может быть только каша приготовленная на полевой кухне в которой как раз дрова используются ! 😂
Nice restoration. But you should restore the brand name label into it to be a full restoration. Also add some caption in your videos to be more informative of what you are doing, like citing the chemicals or tools you used. And don't skip some items like the knobs or wirings that you did. Did you restored it or bought a replacement?. Hope your future videos will do some improvement soon.
Must be fun to have so many experts in the comments telling you how to do things every time, good work.
I am over the phase where I feel sorry for the creators on Clip-Share now, they will turn out be fine. It is the kids of all these experts who are really sorry, imagine growing up with all that comments, sheesh.
@Cthulhu_lives do let high-ends get to you; just enjoy the video. If it’s repaired correctly, it’s a job well done. If it’s done wrong, it’s entertainment value 😊🤓
@jake smerth Remember your comments on here when someone tells you that your hard work looks like sh!t. Giving advice usually helps someone improve their skills. Belittling people just shows them that you need advice on how to give advice.
Advice from a pizza chef: always have to cooking device heated and ready to go before putting in the pizza, this allows the outside of the dough to cook before the inside, this gives it the crispy crust on the outside and steam to build on the inside, giving you those big bubbles at the crust. Putting the pizza into a cold cooking device will slowly heat up and cook the dough, which is why your pizza didn't have the classic look on the crust and appeared to be really soft, but if that was your goal all along then, no dramas
No one asked.
@WarpRulez Crust is by definition crusty. There are many different ways to make pizza but you don't want a pizza baked "evenly" unless you have a real thing for frozen pizza. Foods that are cooked evenly are placed on an insulated surface and cooked slowly at lower temperatures. Pizza is cooked the opposite way, at high temperatures very quickly and directly on the oven floor which is even hotter than the ambient oven air as the floor acts as a heat sink. The high temperatures causes the evaporation of water from the surface molecules causing the breakdown of the sugars and protein in the dough, so we get the wonderful browning and crispy texture, also known as the Maillard reaction. Crispy does not necessarily mean dry, or tough either. Donuts also have a crispy outside due to the Maillard reaction. Neapolitan pizza is baked at the highest temperatures 800=900F and fully cooked in as little as 3 minutes. The crust tends to be well browned, blistered, and wonderfully crispy.
@celli351 Preheating is the way to go. No he is not a chef, but he deserves to eat good.
Of all the restorations I've watched, this is one of the few items I would just LOVE to have. I'm an absolute pizza freak for life, and this little oven is gorgeous!
Hello fella pizza freaks! I could eat pizza everyday 😋 it doesn’t get old
I have often thought these would be useful, but then I remind myself that I already have an oven that can do this and more...
For me I try to eat the minimal of four slices depending the size of them. If it's one of them small Red Baron pizzas i could at least eat half of one. But I normally start with eating off the vegetables cuz I like them.
Just because you got addicted to an Impulsive Instinct to Eat a Food isn't a Sin. The Impulsive Instinctual eating is a Nature Thing. Not a sin. Pizza is no more a sin as your Instinctive impulse to eat as it's just your body just trying to find some thing it can use to keep it living. Pizza is part of that. But your Impulse to keep eating it cuz your body is trying to pull in substance to benefit it's health.
The glass-scraping reminded me of Baumgartner Restoration’s “Scraping, Scraping, Scraping Or A Slow Descent Into Madness”. Must’ve been painful, but the end result was surely amazing. Props to you!
I freaking love Baumgartner!!!
Why did he remove the logo off the glass?
@Alikat Oh man, that video with the polyurethane removal was insane!
While I enjoy Baumgartner's video, this actually reminded me of Aurikatariina. She has a 5 step oven cleaning method. I think the main step is putting plastic wrap over the oven cleaner for 1 hour, but she always has her scraper going.
I was absolutely sad when he erased the original inscription on the glass. What a loss.
22.45 : WOW I never thought it would end up to be shining glass! All is amazing! This not being only professional, but super patient and that's because you extremely love what you're doing. Chapeau.
@fidrygalka Oh no he destroyed a piece of junk he found in the junkyard. This thing is worthless trash with or without the logo
I was absolutely sad when he erased the original inscription on the glass. What a loss.
@fidrygalka "oh no he destroyed the inscription on a piece of junk he pulled out of a landfill and restored to perfect working order :((("
@Karine Buinier I may be wrond but considering the aspect of the logo, maybe it's the heat and vapour that made it reappear
@Karine Buinier Oh I f*cked up the time code, I meant 35:25
Your dedication is amazing… so relaxing to watch and listen to. Hopefully it is food safe, glad to watch your content !!
i highly doubt he wouldn’t make it food safe
How does he work in complete silence like that is what I wonder.
This guy’s attention to detail is on a whole different level. Thank you for these videos
This must’ve taken a long time. I have to tell you I’m absolutely impressed. I look forward to seeing other big projects restored like this one. Working electronics is what I like to see restored. And pizzas one of my favorite foods. Very good job!
Who would throw away a perfectly good pizza oven?? Jokes aside, it’s amazing how well you are able to restore stuff that looks so gone. How long do projects like this take? Does it depend on the project? Also, awesome work :)
hmm yes, I can see someone here have very passionate love for cooking pizza
@Boa the *ability* to cook pizza is not the problem i'm talking about. yes you can cook a pizza in or on practically anything if you try hard enough. my point is that here is ovens that don't lose 90% of the energy to the environment and that's better.
@Lapantouflemagic0, Have you ever seen those rotating pizza cookers? They have heat from above and below in a triangle of space and a rotating platform in between. That’s all. No sides. No insulation. And guess what they cook pizza! No insulation needed. Be careful when you judge. There maybe information that you don’t know about.
Yeah I max mine out. Around 550F. Takes a 5 minute pre bake and 3 minutes finished.
@jii jii real pizza oven burn wood, so yeah, maybe.
but when cooking a pizza you likely want to set your oven to 6 or 7, which amounts to 180~210°C, well within the range any oven can reach.
but it's not about the ability to build up and maintain heat, it's about energy efficiency. this piece of crap bleeds massive amounts of energy everywhere because it is all-metal with little to no insulation. it really could not be worse unless you'd make it out of diamonds or something
The fact that he made a pizza on top of the restoration is the cherry on top. Great job. Keep up the work.
Absolutely wonderful! I love that you followed all the way through, and made a pizza in it! Thank you!
I could never tell those two pieces ( 19:30 ) were glass. Great work!
It's so saticfying to see something being restored so precizely.
Thank you for the content and I can agree on "Thank you for not putting any music over the restoration sounds."
And over all the project really caught my interest, as I started working with sourdough on pizza stones recently. :D
Привет! Вы волшебник, молодец! Приятно познакомиться с Вашим творчеством и превращением вещей в первоначальный вид.
what an amazing job. it must be wonderful to have such a gift as you do for restoring stuff. thank you for sharing your gift with us.
I absolutely love this, mostly because I didn't know there was an oven SPECIFICALLY for pizza!
Love the restoration, you are one of the few restorers that actually believe in hand safety. I have seen others that will use razor knives and blades with their bare hands. As a former maintenance supervisor, I really appreciate that. Have you tried using flap wheels instead of sand paper on some of your projects?
I've never seen a pizza cooker like that one. How cool. You did a wonderful job bringing it back to life. Looks amazing now.
Very meticulous and detailed work indeed. No short cuts taken. Love watching this video. Thanks for sharing. Big thanks from Canada 🇨🇦.
Muito lindo seu trabalho 👏👏👏
Мастер, у вас золотые руки. Да, и вещи и приборы, которые вы реставрируете, достойны этого труда, это не китайский одноразовый ширпотреб.
I love seeing your craftsmanship of reviving the old rusted items and turning them into working beautiful items. Impressed!
Не только отличный мастер, но ещё и кулинар!
Just an awesome restoration through and through bro', seeing the before and after in the end was incredibly satisfying, and that pizza, dang, I wonder if there are pizza makers like this here in the 🇵🇭
You can't do very wrong with using a pizza-stone for your stove. simply heat it with the grill function, dial back the heat and put your pizza on. If you have a mason nearby, a piece of limestone or sandstone might work, although it might crack in the heat.
I was honestly hoping you would polish and nickel plate the exterior, matching the art-deco style of the '50s, but the black paint actually worked really well! That pizza looks incredible, by the way! 🤤
You're so skillful & amazingly patient. Great job as usual 👍👍👍👍
Really hope you did an initial burn before you cooked that pizza. Great restoration man!
That is a very common sense thing, I'm sure after doing a restoration like this he has the sense to heat before he eats.
@Bored Allosaurus He doesn't cook for living tho.
@Julia Wolf Did you ever cook anything? 🤔🤔
@Chris Anderson You are weird af man. That triggers you? WTH man.
dedication is amazing
O seu trabalho é satisfatorio!!!!
Que incrível! Funcionou!!
You never fail to impress! Your videos are … satisfaction guaranteed! 🧐🧐you are terribly clever - something so beautiful, seeing once tossed and forgotten items, being so methodically restored, back to their glory days 🤓❤️
Muy buen trabajo. Felicito su dedicación a traer de nuevo estos aparatos que mueren oxidados.
Great work! This is a nice piece, you should be proud of what you accomplished.
Costumamos fortalecer com like e compartilhamento os bons vídeos que sejam postados no Clip-Share , se vc está lendo esse comentário dedicado ao seu vídeo é porque vc postou algo relevante , lindo e que vale a pena ser visualizado . Parabéns por tornar a escolha de bons vídeos mais recheada de graça e glória . Seu vídeo VALE A PENA
Insane and amazing work. Loved this one so much
satisfatório demais ver estes vídeos.
Loved watching the entire video, I must say it was restored very very well.
It’s like watching a magician… those black gloves, the way you hold things up and turn them, and then of course the final product is a magic trick going from trash to a beautiful restored work of art! Watching these videos calms me so much, idk why it’s just relaxing.
@Ashrael Hovmand well you can always slowly get rid of things and get new things that are more your style. Don’t have to so even bring at once but bringing in more items you like would be a nice way for it to feel more like your home not your moms. I haven’t decorated anything cause I didn’t want my moms house in my home cause all our decorations was from her. So I left it boxed up and have slowly been buying little thing here and there to make it more my style.
@Love.wildly.Live.fearlessly. I happened by accident in my current flat, when I moved in. I was in a place of just wanting my family to leave me alone and so I ended up just choosing things really fast... Which meant my mother technically did the interior design here. It's very Scandinavian Light, which I, as a Dane, despise. Everything is white and these very pale icey blue colours - it looks terrible.
@Ashrael Hovmand yes I love wood. Most of our items are solid oak from my mom and it’s lasted 50/60 years it’s amazing. I also am not a fan of that weird white clean look it just seems too sterile like a hospital which makes me not feel at home.
@Love.wildly.Live.fearlessly. Oh for sure! I thrift a lot for this exact reason - no need to buy something that looks like it belongs in the hospital, when I can get something that looks lived in for lesser prices :)
It also just looks better to me. The "everything needs to be neat and white" fashion really doesn´t appeal to me. If it's made of wood, why paint it? I´m currently stripping my dad's old table of chalk paint, so I know this feeling of letting the wood shine through finally.
@Ashrael Hovmand plus we all know things were made to last back then now it’s all plastic and lasts a couple months and then end up in the garbage which sucks. I have household items including working kitchen gadgets that my grandma had for 30+ years and I use them to this day.
I've been a chef for many years now, spent a lot of time as a pizza chef. I want one of these now, awesome work.
Awesome job as always. It's great to keep good items from the landfill
Trabalho nota 10
Smaku narobiłeś :)
Both the rust removal and the pizza cooking were so satisfying
The result was absolutely fantastic!
Really good restoration honestly I didn't think you would get it working I really thought those elements were gone but they work great 👍 👌
Never seen anything like this, and frankly it looks real neat. Excellent resto job, it looks amazing.
Such a pleasure to watch! I've worked in fabrication shops for many years both small and large and I've done some restoration but mostly production and R&D. Great, great job restoring this darling of a pizza oven! Gotta admit tho'... the glass work in the vice.... yikes! =X-D
Your talent never ceases to amaze!
Esse vídeo me despertou uma ideia incrível!! Pode ser um projeto bem interessante no futuro.
Thank you for sharing this restoration. You did a great job.
So much finesse! Not too many people on earth are on your level
انت ماهر في الترميم وصنع البيتزا أيضا.... شكرا لك صديقي على الفيديو الجميل و شهية طيبة 😃
I couldn't stop thinking about how the hell he was going to put every little piece back to their place. And he did it 👏🏻
Wow- restored...down to the screws. I admire this kind of patience and focus. great video! ps. I love the tiny screwdriver.
Que maravilha! Quanta dedicação e cuidados com estas peças raras e tão antigas! Parabéns! 👏👏👏👏👏
Комментарий в поддержку канала и ролика, а также труда мастера.
Какая классная штука!😍❤👍🏻
It's late, and I almost went to sleep during the sanding in the beginning!! So relaxing. I've been binge watching these videos tonight lol
Estupenda restauracion, felicidades 👍👍👍
This was beautifully done
Your videos teach me to have patience with my own projects.
Also finish them before you start another one. Or else you will end up like me with dozens of projects all over and no idea what goes where. lol
Machine still works perfectly after your restoration! Awesome! 👍
Splendid work you did on the pizza oven. It cooks very well, too. Great work.
Also, as a tip, file down the end of an old Phillips head screwdriver to shorten the shank, giving better traction in old screws. Usually you only need to file off the very tip. If you look at the points of contact between the driver and the screw, you will see they often make the tips too long.
@ptičica You do know helpful advice and full opinion are two different things? One is intended to help another improve their knowledge if they didn’t already know and the other is simply a based belief.
Just take it easy, he don't really need your opinion... and he didn't asked u for one so yeah...
@xwaltranx It's a generic form for mass production that nobody has ever really modified. There are some screwdrivers, especially electrician specific ones that already shorten the shank. Most 'lower end' companies don't bother, though.
The time consuming, pain staking restoration to that level of detailed perfection is admirable!
It all makes the pizza at the end that much better
restoration looks legit, very pleasing to see real work amongst all the fakes
Love that you showed that it can still be used! So cool!
I love watching your work. One question, what do you use to blacken the screws? Thank you and keep up the good work.
Отличная работа 👍
Отличный кулинарный канал, пицца -- класс! 😀💯👍
WHAT AN EXCELLENT MEMORY!!! It's amazing to watch you do this and remember how to put it back together again.
I always think about that but then I remember that they have the video to watch as well and I'm sure that can help.
Такая трудоёмкая, кропотливая работа. Результат-супер!
Beautiful restoration😍, and the pizza looks delicious!🍕😋👍👍
Your channel allows me to know items and products that are so rare and unknown to the world. Thanks
I admire that he opts for mechanical cleaning rather than using a ton of hazardous chemicals whenever possible 👍
Great work! I loved this video!
This was so dope! Had me intrigued from start to finish!
Замечательный конечный реставрационный результат, где в завершение поставлена жирная точка с выпечкой пиццы. Вы настоящий мастер - реставратор широкого профиля с хорошей подготовкой, знающий толк в старинных вещах. 👍👍👍👍👍👋👋👋🤔
Very well done with the tools you used, I’m sure that sandblaster cost a pretty penny. I’ve gotta ask because once you completed the restore, did you do an initial burn? I was thinking the entire time you were cooking the pizza “oh boy I hope he did the burn so it doesn’t taste like metal and chemical.” Either way great job, I love how thorough you were.
@PassportBrosOG I was honestly expecting a higher price tag but then again I haven’t been in the market for one. Depending on what you’re using it for would depend on the price of the unit.
about $200.00 and up depending on the maker and the outlet you are getting it from.
Hermosa restauración. Me encanta el hornito. Seguirán vendiéndolos?
Ficou como uma pizza saindo do forno. Lindo.
I think the main takeaway of this video is that... you know how to make an aesthetically-pleasing pizza!
Wow! That’s a lot of work. Great job.
Great job. That pizza looks delicious!😋
I think you did a really great job in refurbishing the pizza 🍕 maker. I do wish that you'd kept the original decal/maker's mark on the glass, or fabricated a new one. I still think u did a great job. It is a very cool little piece of nostalgia to see. The reason original maker's should be acknowledged, even if it is you who brings it back to life, is because someone at one time worked hard to create something. It was someone's passion so to speak. All in all, it was a very interesting video to watch. It made me kind of wish I could have been there helping, and learning. Keep at it!
The way this is like science mixed with asmr ❤
Your restorations are so nice
Excelente trabajo primera vez que veo un horno para pizza portátil . Saludos desde Venezuela ciudad de Maracaibo 👍👍👍
Your videos are so relaxing for me. I have a lot of stress in my life, and these videos really help. You need to add a #ASMR to your keywords!
Nice job! Why not keep the name on the glass? Even if it was worn, I think it would have been better with it or if it was repainted.
it was because he wasn’t sponsored
@richfiles π same here :(
Yeah, I was extremely disappointed that the branding was removed from the glass.
Baš lijepo radiš i snimaš profesionalno!
Želim ti mnogo uspjeha na Clip-Share
Nastavi tako!!!! Pozz
Nossa nem sabia que existia um forninho de pizza!😯
Very nicely done!
The scraping that goes on at 13:00 is just so satisfying!
Courage et patiente sont vos grandes et premières qualités ! Les autres sont le bon goût et la création ! Bravo monsieur
you are very talented at rebuilding things that no longer had any use!
I’ve never seen this type of appliance. Very handy.