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Unread 01-07-2014, 08:20 AM   #1
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My husband griddled some quesadillas on my Griddle Q grill top for an East (Asian) meets west going away party I did. He totally blackened the whole grill top. Ajax or bon ami will not bring it back to original condition. Any suggestions?
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Unread 01-07-2014, 10:46 AM   #2
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My husband griddled some quesadillas on my Griddle Q grill top for an East (Asian) meets west going away party I did. He totally blackened the whole grill top. Ajax or bon ami will not bring it back to original condition. Any suggestions?
At smashburger they use a grill brick
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10% Nitric acid solution, perhaps?
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The best way to clean a griddle is with "grill screen pads" and a Pad
holder, the second best way is with a "grill brick".

http://www.amazon.com/Winco-Griddle-...s=grill+screen

http://www.amazon.com/3M-461-Griddle...d_sim_indust_1


http://www.amazon.com/KegWorks-Grill...d_sim_indust_4
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Ya we sell a lot of the pads also. There is also a chemical some places use, next time I drop some off I will try and catch the name of it.
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On youtube they use just water and a scouring pad on a hot Griddle Q. Just like de-glazing a pan.
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Just burn it off in you pit, coat it with oil, bake it and then use it.....
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