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topic 2959

Stainless steel grill top


(1999)

I have just purchased a Sears Outdoor Grill with a Stainless Steel Top. After 1 week, the top is becoming discolored from the heat of the grill. I tried to clean it with Fantastic, Comet Liquid Gel with Bleach (non-abrasive) and glass cleaner. Any suggestions? Help! Thank you.

Steve Melachio
- Great Neck, New York


(1999)

Dear Steve For my opinion the problem is not "dirt" , the stainless steel colored as a result of heat influance on the grill . Anyway if I am wrong the best cleaner at home is the loundery liquid , prepere solution of 5%-10% in water and try again. Yours,

yehuda blau
Yehuda Blau
YB Plating Engineering and Quality - Haifa Israel


(1999)

Interested in comments from others. Will type 309 or 310 stainless prevent the grill from these "heat stains"?

Michael Liu Taylor
Michael Liu Taylor
   specialty stainless steel distributor
Dallas, Texas



(1999)

I know of people who use scotch brite pads on stainless steel tailpipe attachments. It takes the discoloration right off. I would try it on a small area to make sure it will not dull the surface. There are also acid solutions made especially for cleaning the colored oxides from stainless steel.

Jamison Peters
- Anchorage, Alaska



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