Hey gang, I just picked up this old cast-iron pot-belly stove that has been at my parents for years. My dad remembers it being on the family farm in the tobacco stripping room when he was young, which would've been in the 1940's. It's a coal stove (see the bottom grate) that I'm interested in using as a woodstove in my workshop. I could use it as-is right now since it seems solid & all the parts are there, just obviously a lot of surface rust. But, I'd like to know what are my range of options with cleaning it up and painting it, etc. If I would want to paint it, I'm not even sure how to go about it. Any advice for cleaning it up? Anyone see any issues with using it for wood rather than coal?