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Can we use cast iron cookware (e.g., frying pan) without damaging the range grates?

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Yes you can definitely use iron cookware on this range without an issue. It is made for all types of cookware. Just make sure you do not drag the pan against the grates, but any cookware would hurt the grates if you did that.

You are definitely safe to use them.

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