Question about George Foreman GGR50B Grill
I have a grill with removable grates.
After a while the grates get built up with grime.
I'm looking to replace them with out having to
buy a whole new grill. Is this possible.
Either replace them now if its too late, or give them a good cleaning, as you should have been doing all along. non-stick grates can be cleaned regularly by soaking in hot soapy water overnight after they cool and giving a good scrub with a stiff plastic bristle brush; others can be cleaned by cleaning with a stiff wire brush while hot. [if this is the method needed, be sure to remove any leftover grit by wiping with an oiled cloth, refolding to clean area on cloth as you go] BE CAREFUL OR YOU'LL LOSE ARM HAIR OR WORSE!!!!
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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