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The inside coating of my Silver C is also peeling.

I realized this occured after I had a flare up when I was super-heating my grill for cleaning.

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It looks like paint but it is food and smoke enamel on hood is baked on at 1600 degrees no way to get grill that hot spray oven cleaner on top not the sides and wash off

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

  • mlmatthews32 Aug 12, 2009

    it looks like paint but it is food and smoke enamel on hood is baked on at 1600 degrees no way to get grill that hot spray oven cleaner on top not the sides and wash off

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Need to re paint my grille


automotive paints require a good clean and well prepared surface like light waterpaper sanding to remove any oily or fatty resedu and the correct undercoat before applying a new coatings otherwise it will not last chipping or peeling will occur.

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Can I use lava rock in my genesis silver gas grill?


No, it will cause uneven heating, flare ups and there is no rack to place the lava rock on. For safeties sake, never try to alter a gas grill to make it what you want it to be. If it didn't come that way from the factory, don't do it.

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I bought the Ducane Affinity 3100 from Ace Hardware in 2009. The paint on the inside of the grill lid has started to bubble, peel and fall off. Is this covered by the manufactory warranty. Is it still safe...


According to the Owners Manual for your and the reading of the Warranty, No the paint flaking under the grill hood is not covered under warranty (see link below). As far as safety of using it is concerned ... only if you clean all the flaking paint and any residue, and repaint it with High Heat Grill Paint. This should only be applied after all greasy residue has been removed and only in light coats. Several light coats, in fact. It should be allowed to thoroughly dry between each coat, before applying the next coat. Once the final coat is applied, wait at least five days before using the grill. Be sure no paint gets down of the cooking grates or the burners. You can get the High Heat Grill Paint , form the same Ace Hardware store you bought the grill from. I believe Ace carries Krylon, which is one of the best High Heat Paints.

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My weber genesis silver-b (sku # 218446) is 11 years old and has this "peeling problem". Is anyone "sure" that it isn't "paint/enamel" that is peeling on a model that was...


I'ts the same today as it was back then. They still use porcelain enamel. Not paint. A couple of things that could ease your mind. Paint has like a kerosene smell to it. Also, drop a chunk in water for a few days, paint will not dissolve in water.

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Using ceramic briquettes with lp gas grill


Many people enjoy using Lp/gas grills for their ease of use and efficiency. Frustrations caused by flare ups and hot spots encourage the use of a wide variety of briquettes and other products. Ceramic briquettes are most commonly used because they provide an even heating surface and last for several uses.
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  2. Gas grills most often use ceramic briquettes, lava rocks or, more recently, ceramic tiles in order to distribute heat. Ceramic briquettes come in the traditional shape, lava rocks are similar to those used in landscaping, and tiles only differ from briquettes by shape. Traditional charcoal briquettes can be used, though they maintain several disadvantages. Use
  3. Place briquettes, tiles, or lava rocks in a solid layer on a screen between the heating element and the grill surface, making sure to leave space for air to circulate. Light the grill and check to make sure that all areas of the heating element are covered, filling any empty spaces. Advantages
  4. Ceramic briquettes, tiles and lava rocks all serve the same purpose. The advantage comes from their ability to reduce flare-ups and hot spots. They can also be used several times, minimizing set-up and making cleaning easier. Traditional charcoal briquettes are cheap and easy to find. They also provide the smoky flavor associated with traditional charcoal barbecuing. Disadvantages
  5. Ceramic briquettes, tiles, and lava rocks are not as easy to find as traditional charcoal briquettes and are more expensive. Traditional charcoal briquettes do not repel run-off from food, but rather retain it, causing hot spots and flare ups. Charcoal briquettes also need to be replaced after each use and are harder to clean up. Warnings
  6. Any additional product placed inside a lp/gas grill should not come in contact with the heating element. Doing so can cause increased stress to the grill, as well as clog vital gas ports. Always maintain a clean grill. A buildup of old briquettes can cause inadequate performance.

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Coating on heating plate peeling


only if you return it to the factory for recoating,but it is still safe to use.but it you have warranty on it still then return it to the store from where you bought it.good luck

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Paint inside lid peeling off when I cook


From Weber.com Don’t worry, it’s not paint. The inside surfaces of our grill lids are not painted, they are coated with baked-on porcelain enamel which cannot peel. What you are noticing is a deposit of grease and smoke that collects during normal use. During use, the grease and smoke vapors slowly oxidize into carbon and collect on the inside of your lid. This deposit will eventually peel, and looks very similar to paint. The peeling normally starts in the center of the lid and spreads outward. It may come off in sheets or flakes, and is shiny on one side and dull on the other. These carbon deposits are non-toxic. But you might want to regularly remove the build-up. Fortunately, the peeling is easy to remove. Simply brush off all loose particles with a brass brush before you start grilling. To prevent future build-up, after every grilling session, while the grill lid is warm—not hot—wipe it with paper towels or a mild soap-and-water solution.

Apr 25, 2009 | Weber Genesis Silver C Grill

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On the inside of the lid the paint or enamel coating is pealing off on to the food. Weber rep. said they don't paint the inside of the lid, and is probaly residue from cooking. But I used the word (paint)...


Most of the time what appears to be paint pealing, on the inside of your grill lid, is actually soot from your LP gas and bad combustion. May need someone to provide a thorough clean of your burners and check that your orifice sizes are correct and clean(holes on back of valves).   If you can, convert your grill to NG.. that will almost always solve a sooting issue(it burns much cleaner than LP)!  Hope this gives you some answers?

Mar 28, 2009 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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Paint on top inside of lid is peeling off.


Remove the paint. The heat will dry the metal and grease from cooking will keep it from rusting, if it's iron. If it's aluminum it's not a problem.

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