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The griddle plate features a smooth cooking surface that is perfect for delicate foods. Place on top of grill grates. White vinegar and water or club soda can be helpful for the removal of stubborn stains and or discoloring of the griddle surface. Read More
To begin, use a metal spatula with square corners to scrape grease and other debris into the collection tray. While the surface is warm, poor water on it so that it bubbles, like deglazing a pan. Use a spatula to scrape off burnt-on food that bubbles up. Pour on more water, then use a green Scotch-Brite™ pad with a folded towel on top to protect your hand from any steam. This will scrape or scrub the griddle surface clean. When the surface has cooled, wipe with a paper towel to remove excess grease or oil. For stubborn stains, use the green Scotch-Brite™ pad with a mild abrasive cleaner, then rinse. Light scratches may occur with the Scotch-Brite™ pad. This is normal. White vinegar and water or club soda can be helpful for the removal of stubborn stains and or discoloring of the griddle surface. Once clean, spray or wipe on a small amount of peanut or vegetable oil to protect the griddle surface from oxidation. If oxidation or rust appears on the surface, simply clean it off with a fine grade steel wool. IMPORTANT NOTE: Discoloration of the griddle surface is normal.
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