How do I clean my griddle top?
Griddle tops are similar to cast iron in their use and care. When cleaning either, the most important things to remember are you should use minimal water, never use soap, and always finish with a light layer of oil to protect your seasoning.
The best way to clean a griddle top is to scrape it down with a metal-edge scraper to get all the large debris into the grease cup to be thrown away. (If you want to make clean-up even easier, we recommend using disposable grease cup liners
.) If there is anything still stuck to the griddle surface, you can use concentrated shots of water to loosen them up, or even use a scrub pad from a cleaning kit
for extra sticky messes.
Finish by spreading a thin, even layer of cooking oil over the surface to prevent your seasoning from drying up and lock out water.
My griddle top is peeling
Sometimes the seasoning on your griddle top can peel a little. This is usually caused by the seasoning drying up and peeling off, or by using too much water when cleaning your griddle. To be able to fix this, you simply need to scrape off the old ...
How can I prevent rust on my griddle top?
Rust can form on your griddle top if the steel is able to interact with oxygen and water. This is also known as oxidation. The best way to prevent rust is to have a good seasoning layer on your griddle top. When you season your griddle, you bake ...
Can I cut directly on the griddle top?
Any of our propane griddle models with rolled steel tops can be directly cut on. Doing so will not damage the griddle top. However, if you have an E-Series griddle top, you should not cut directly on the griddle top or use any metal utensils on the ...
Can I use a Propane Tabletop Griddle indoors?
No. All propane griddles, including the tabletop models, are only for outdoor use. Please keep all griddles in use outdoors and at least 36 inches (1 meter) away from any structure, combustible material, or other gas cylinders. If you are looking ...
My griddle top is rusting
Rust can form on your griddle surface if the steel is able to interact with oxygen and water. This is also known as oxidation. The oxidation process can happen if there is a break or fault in your griddle seasoning or if water is able to sit on your ...