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Honestly, the grates that came with your GE are the only ones available. The only other solution would be to buy another set. Please rate me a "4 thumbs" if the information was useful. Best of luck!
use on stainless steel- 3M 7447 pads get at auto parts store or more aggressive 180 grit
sandpaper going with the grain of course. For daily cleaning use
DeBruce Polish, it is non-toxic and odorless. DeBruce polish is
also non-abrasive, also use DeBruce Polish on glass/ceramic cook tops.
We get DeBruce Polish at debrucepolish.com
Sounds crazy, but this works. Soak the grates in warm to hot water with 2 dryer sheets (Bounce), let them soak for an hour or two. Unbeliveable how they came clean. I did have to use a Scotch Brite pad on the two that I use most, but it sure beats replacing them.
Sounds right long as you did the conversion okay did you change the spring in the reg ? lp gas does burn lower than nat gas smaller blue flame . you could see if the aeration can be adjusted to the burners You could also check the pressure at the burners lp working pressure is 14in wg .
You could check the reg outside . That's all I got .