We accidently turned the grill on while the stainless steel cover was in place. The cover got hot and softened the plastic (?) handle material. While removing the handle it was dropped on top of the hot grille cover and has left marks made from the softened handle material. I am unable to remove the marks with any solvent that I have tried. Do you have any suggestions as to how I might remove these marks. Is a replacement handle and stainless steel cover available?
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Re: Stainless Steel Cover for Grill
Yes the parts are available .As for the removing the material left on the cover,I would use a very light 400 sandpaper first to see if that makes progress.Without seeing the cover it's not advised to give any advice, only because without the right pressure and tool used it will vary on how this will be removed.
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yes there is a kit you can use. most diy shops that sell cooker fixings etc will have them. they usually stainless steel and you have to cut them to size you need. and make a square with it. backing with bits of wood to the size of the hole need to put the top on and the stainless steel to cover the wood that has been put in. you can make your own. by filling the hole with wood strips get from a timber yard or store have them cut the size you need. then fix them to the open part you need to fill. leave a lip ( this is to put the stainless steel to. check it all fits. then get the strips of metal to fill the hole making sure they the right size glue them down to the strips of wood you have put in then put the top on. jobs a good one. don't nail the wood in place put 4 good long screws in each piece of wood gives it strength then.
Is there directional grain..? I have removed small imperfection in stainless look by gengtly rubbing only in the same direction as the existing grain.. and be careful sometimes the repair is worse than the issue..
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try paint thinners , but before you do any thing you need to call the workman to see what brand of glue he has used.or to come out and clean it off for you or to see if thinners will work , it normally does but when i do resturant kichens out any spillages of glue is removed straight away.you will need to use polish cleaner after the thinners to stop any further marks appearing