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Grill Cleaning

Discussion in 'Food Talk' started by TacPro45, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. TacPro45

    TacPro45 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    So I have a pretty big stainless steel gas grill, over the last few months, maybe due to the humidity it has accumulated some pretty good surface rust in spots.

    I have tried stainless cleaners that you would use on normal appliances, as well as never-dull to no avail. Just doesn't pick it up. Anyone have any tips, tricks, or ideas to get it back to looking new again?
     
  2. coffeesnob

    coffeesnob Well-Known Member

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    Sure it is stainless steel? Maybe you are getting acid rain on it or something.
     
  3. TacPro45

    TacPro45 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I was under the impression it is...:confused:
     
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    WickedTaco Well-Known Member

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    Had the same thing happen to mine and I used WD-40 and a green scotch rite pad. Coat the grill, let it sit on there for a min or two and lightly rub it with the green pad. Removed all rust almost effortlessly. Hope it works for ya.
     
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    man..just get it super clean and reseason it..put it in the oven with the oven clean feature..burn the stuff off. scrub it, . next time you use it, heat it up. scrub, and then wipe it with a wad of paper towel, dipped in veggie oil. do this everytime and you wont have a prob.
     
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