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Food keeps sticking to my grill,and it keeps rusting.

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You dont have the temp hot enough before placing the food on the grill the rust is from exposurwe to the elements

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My Bar B Chef grill grates are totally rusted. Are stainless steel grates better or should I stick with cast iron?


I prefer cast iron. Cast iron heats more evenly and retains temperature better. If they are falling apart from rust, junk them. If they just have surface rust and no holes, all you have to do is brush them with a steel brush at high heat. Wipe them off with a wet rag and then rub it with an onion to provide a teflon layer. if it is really heavy rust, spray oven cleaner on them and hose off. After use or for storage, clean them and then wipe them down with a cooking oil soaked rag. The oil will reduce rust build up.

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The grill grates have to be replaced often because the porcelain comes off. Where can I get another kind of grate to fit the CGB36ru since your price of about $70 times six is very expensive. What keeps...


Hi steve tell...
I would measure the inside of the grill and go to a welding shop and have them make me a stainless steel grate made from expanded metal that would fit my grill and never go back to the porcelain coated grills and their sticking,cracking,rusting again.
It will be somewhat expensive, but it will be worth it and it will be a one time purchase.
Most of the porcelain grills get faults in the porcelain from heating and cooling that allows greases and salts from cooking to seep into and get behind the porcelain to rust the steel grills that the porcelain is bonded to.
That is what causes the porcelain to pop off...the rust.
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Aug 31, 2011 | Thermador CGB36RU Grill

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Food sticks to griddle


You can either use a cooking spray like Pam on the griddle prior to heating it. Or if you're cooking steaks, rub a little olive oil on each side of the steak, before seasoning (kosher Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper) it. For meats, always allow them to come to room temperature before grilling and allow the grill to preheat until is extra hot. The hotter the grill/griddle, the less likely red meats will stick to it.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!! Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Aug 12, 2011 | Coleman Roadtrip Grill LXE 9949-750

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My outdoor Built in BBQ has a lot of rust, but NOT rusted through. I want to get rid of the rust and then treat it and paint it to prevent further rust


If the rust is on the exterior of the grill, remove the rust using a steel bristle brush and then smooth it down with sand paper.Spray a light coating of High Temperature Grill Paint (you can find it at most hardware stores and home centers) This first light coat, will act as the primer coat. After it thoroughly dries, apply 2 more light finish coats allowing each coat to dry, before applying the next coat.
Based on the air temperature and the humidity level in your area, wait at least 3 days before using the grill.

If the rust is on the inside of the grill, just removing the rust will generally take care of it As most grill tubs are made of cast aluminum and don't require painting. What may appear to be rust is flaked on food and grease. In which case, a plastic putty knife and a roll of paper towel will take care of it.

And finally, investing in a grill head cover (made for built-in grills), will really help in not allowing the grill to rust again.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!

Jul 14, 2011 | Grilling

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Should the flavorirzer stainless steel bars turn a color or should they stay the stainless color after cooking ?


No, they will not remain the same color, despite being stainless steel. The grease drippings coupled with the high causes the discoloration. The good part is that when properly maintained (cleaned regularly), they will not rust out. The discoloration will not affect the flavor of the food.

Hope this answered your question? Happy Grilling!!

Apr 17, 2011 | Weber Genesis E-310 Gas Grill

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Side metal pieces that cover the Viking grill burner are rusted. Do I need to replace the whole burner or just use until burner holes become clogged that then replace?


I would suggest first lifting them out, give them good brush with wirebrush, check if holes are not clogged, check for any not surface damage, they ususally rust bit over on the surface and that is all.

If grill flame is working correctly, and grating have still "decent" thickness and is not falling to pieces, I would still use them normally.

Rust on the grate is usually caused by not using it and exposure to rain/water, as this grating is usually rather solid, surface rust will not affect it. If you have model with stainless graing - there should be no rust on stainless...

That is one of the reasons why you should not wash your grill after use! Fat from cooked food is protecting it from environment.

Hope this will help your worries at bay :-) Enjoy your grill!

Aug 08, 2010 | Viking VGBQ410-3RT Grill

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My food is covered in black smoke. The whole inside of the grill is also covered. I just cleaned gril with warm water and a brilo pad. (no soap) Could it be bad propane


You described exactly what never should be done... never use water to clean your grill.

Described symptoms indicate insufficient air supply to the burners, please remove burners and dry clean them with wirebrush and blow them with pressurised air if available to remove dust and rust particles, check if all holes are free of debris, water caused bit of rust to clog these holes. This cause insufficient air supply and in return, unburnt fuel cause sooth to appear on all surfaces, including food.

Grill after use should be just wipped off with old newspapers, fat prevent grill from rusting, when you start grill next time, you just splasch it with beer (no joke!) and whipe off excess. Acids and alcohols in beer will dissolve stale fat and clean whole grill area, beer as well will enhance flavour of barbecued food as well.

This advice is true not only for your particular grill model but for any grill or barbecue, regardless of mode of operation, be it propane, gas, electric, wood or whatever heat source you use.

Hope your next food will be delicious, that is recipy for my best teriyaki (marinade) for your meat:

Produce:
1 tablespoon freshly chopped ginger
1 freshly chopped medium size onion
2 cloves freshly crushed and chopped garlic
2 tablespoon honey
1/2 cup soy sauce (japanese or chinese!)
1/4 cup of water

Method:
Mix all ingrediens well, slice your met and add to mix, leave in cold for at least half hour (I prefer for about 4hours), skew and use as a shashlik marinade, or just as marinade for your grill steak, delicious anyway :-)!

Hope recipy will brighten your day.

Aug 04, 2010 | West Marine Marine 200SS Propane Grill

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My 30400040 is rusting to pieces and is only 3


the casing sould have a long warranty but the burners and the cook surfaces do not

you must keep them oiled with veggie oil after cleaning to prevent corrosion

i keep a pump bottle with oil for this reason

Jun 25, 2009 | Ducane 30400040 Stainless Steel 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.

Mar 14, 2009 | Weber Genesis Silver B Grill

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