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Unread 01-06-2014, 03:28 PM   #1
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Default Best way to clean ceramic on Kamado

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I have a Primo Jr and the outer black ceramic, picks up ash, I wipe it off with a damp sponge when the unit is cold, but the ceramic , looks like there is a film on it, is there a preferred way to make it look shiny new again, or just soap and water. Anyone have a preferred method/product to clean the outside of their Kamado ?
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I use THIS on my KJ. Just spray it on let it sit a few mins then wipe with a cloth, works great. I've also used Windex which works well.

I also like to do this when it's a little warm, beginning or end of cooks.
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Light up a high heat fire 500* or so or a bit higher. It turns white like new. Make sure not to crisp up the gaskets though
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Light up a high heat fire 500* or so or a bit higher. It turns white like new. Make sure not to crisp up the gaskets though
Think he's talking about the outside
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Organic vegetable wash and nylon sponge or rub with lemon and soft rag. Nothing abrasive.
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Yes I meant the outside, inside is black for good, at least the dome is ...
liner is white after a couple of pizzas at 600 or so, I have a hi-temp gasket
I will try the lemon for sure, trying to avoid any chemicals, thank you.
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1/2 cup white vinegar and a gallon of water. Use lemon on the tougher stains. Use leftovers to clean tile floors, coffee pots, windows etc
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Light up a high heat fire 500* or so or a bit higher. It turns white like new. Make sure not to crisp up the gaskets though.
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