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New Griddle Hot Plate

I have just replaced my griddle plate as the old one was damaged. Do I need to do anything to "season" it as I have heard that some griddle need to be "seasoned"?

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Wipe it down with olive oil and heat it up then let is cool completly and wipe again do this 4 or 5 times and you will be good to go

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"Seasoning, using and caring for the griddle Before first use: -Wash griddle in hot soapy water. Rinse and dry completely. -Apply a thin coat of vegetable oil to the entire surface (front and back of griddle). -Preheat your oven to 350*F. Place the griddle on the upper rack in your oven. -Bake griddle for 1 hour at 350*F, then turn oven OFF and let cool before removing. -The surface may have a tacky feel to it from the seasoning process. If desired, wash the griddle in hot soapy water, rinse well, and dry completely.
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If the griddle top is heavily rusted, I use my electric palm sander fitted with fine emory paper (the black stuff that can get wet). Wet down the surface with a small amount of oil and work the sander evenly over the entire surface in rhythmic strokes from front to back or side to side. I don't have a scientific reason for this but my gut tells me not to work in circles or random strokes. Try to work the entire surface evenly to avoid creating high or low spots. Use a straight edged spatula or I use a dough cutter (flat edge of about 4" and available from culinary store for under $10) to cleanly scrape  the dirty oil off the surface. Sand in shorter durations & clean often to avoid grinding dirty flavor into the surface. 
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The oil used for cleaning can be anything with minimal flavor like canola oil but the oil used for seasoning the griddle should be a high heat type like sunflower.
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