Although it's cheaper to use iron but the process is slow. When you work with Iron Grade I, you'll get 40,000 hours of work RuneScape Gold. If you choose Steel Grade I, you'll get 50,000 experience per hour. The more valuable the metal a higher grade you use as a smith, the more experience you'll acquire.
To create burial armor first, create normal armor on the anvil in the vicinity of the anvils for burial. Then you'll have visit the artisans' anvil and upgrade the armor with burial gear. When the armor is finished, it'll automatically go down through the chute adjacent to the anvil.
If you're looking to do it the easy way, making burial armor using Iron Grade I is the best option. There is less gold needed per unit. As we've already mentioned the process is quite slow. The price for 1 Iron Ingot Grade I is 449 gold. Also, the experience you gain with 1 Grade I Iron Ingot is 101. Thus, you'll have to pay 4.45 gold per hour.
F2P players prefer using this method as it has less requirements. Iron is among the most abundant metals found in Runescape as well as cost-effective too Old School RuneScape Gold. In order to turn 1 Iron ore to Iron Ingot Grade I It is just one ore; it doesn't require coal at all.