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Storing GrillGrates When Not In Use

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  • zzdocxx
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    I love it !


  • JGo37
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    zzdocxx the first time I torched our sidewalk to the driveway my wife said 'you are crazy, the neighbors think you're crazy, but that is badass'.

  • zzdocxx
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    The famous flame thrower !

    Love this sous-vide everything guy.

    https://youtu.be/FJLS3P1OLxA

    I have a torch I use, it has a special $3 nozzle I put on a bernzomatic 8000.

    Works OK but the flame thrower, that would be fun !

  • synodog
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    Hmm...going to give this a try.

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  • kenrobin
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    Another vote for washing & scrubbing with Dawn.

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  • zzdocxx
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    Good idea, I could put my grill brushes etc in there too.

  • zzdocxx
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    Next you guys will be telling me you jaywalk !

    Last edited by zzdocxx; August 17, 2020, 08:47 PM.

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  • scottranda
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    Just used dawn and scrubbed mine. I go against doctors’ orders too sometimes. 🙃

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  • Steve R.
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    My thoughts exactly. I love the concept and the performance, but hated trying to clean then. I solved that problem when got rid of the Grill Grates and the gas grill I bought them for.

  • Chuck in Charlotte
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    I use mine about 1 in 5 cooks on a kamado. Store them in the garage and don't want to attract any critters so I feel the need to clean them up a bit. Good old SOS pads take off the grease and seem to leave the seasoning, I still have to scrape off the charred bits.

    I don't even follow all my doctor's recommendations, so I don't feel too bad about not following the Grillgrates recommendations either.

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  • GolfGeezer
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    I have a large plastic tub with cover I got at Walmart. It serves 2 purposes. I store the somewhat dirty GGs in it. When I want to thoroughly clean the GGs, I use the tub with Simple Green, soak them for a couple of hours, then scrub off the grates with a scrubber sponge.

    Not sure of the specific one I have, but it is similar to this:

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sterilite...-Unit/49533207

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  • ItsAllGoneToTheDogs
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    That's why I rehomed mine, they work great.. but not great enough to be something that lives on and off the grill. If I had a grill they had full size custom fit for, they'd live on that grill forever no problem though.

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  • surfdog
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    zzdocxx Ah! Got it...and I could see that being an issue. My father has a Traeger, and I’m pretty certain it wouldn’t hit the temps needed to burn stuff off.

    Have you tried a pressure washer? I use one periodically if I’ve got excess gunk.

    As for me...my go to charcoal is the Weber Summit Charcoal Grill Center (what a pretentious moniker) and for gas it’s a Weber Summit Platinum D6. (They excel at absurdly long names. LOL) I also have a Dyna-Glo but that lives at a friends house.

  • zzdocxx
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    I have been tempted to do that also, it's just that on their website I think they said to only do that once every six months or so.

    But maybe their way is not practical for some of us . . .

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