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 ...
What if my griddle top arrives and has some scratches on it?
Each griddle top is unique. Slight scratches are normal and will be filled in by the seasoning process. The goal is to get your griddle top shiny and black through seasoning process. This will cover any slight imperfections in the steel top.
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 ...
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 ...
My griddle top is warping
Our griddle tops are manufactured from carbon steel, which naturally expands and contracts during heating cycles to accommodate thermal expansion. This can cause minor warping as the griddle top becomes accustomed to the heat, which may happen during ...