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Ge profile gas oven grates rusted badly. just got new replacement grates. how can I avoid the same problem? thanks.

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Be sure to clean the oven grates after using. You'll
find it effective to prolong it's useful life. But not with
water, just clean it free from residues and dirt.

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I do not use the oven cleaner on the cooktop itself. I use soft-scrub with baking soda, then cover the cooktop with a sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil and cut out holes for the burners. This keeps most of the spills contained, and helps with cleanup.

I visited to the GE parts web page, and they only sell gray grates and covers. I am going to buy black BBQ grill paint(spray can)from Home Depot and try it on the burner covers first. They are the least expensive to replace if it fails, and if it works, I will paint the grates with this high temperature paint. I will keep you posted on the results.

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