Cleaning the grid is important for the longevity of the equipment and the quality and taste of the food made. Proper cleaning also ensures that the heat is more evenly distributed throughout the griddle, extending its life. Pure salt should be warm to the touch. If the grid is warm to the touch, it is safe to use.
Cleaning the grid every week is an important part of good maintenance. You should clean it regularly with a mild cleaning agent and rinse thoroughly. In addition, it is important to check the temperature and temperature of the grid, especially if you use it a lot. Also, if there are any cracks on the surface of the griddle, you should repair them immediately. These cracks allow grease to enter the system and can cause serious problems.
To clean the grid, you should remove the waste bins and empty the oil pan. Then, use a brick or baking brick to remove any food and grease. Always work in the direction of the grain when cleaning stainless steel.
To clean the surface, you can use a foam cleaner, such as Nyco’s Attention. This chemical reacts with the griddle surface and quickly turns into a gel. Once the cleaner has dried, scrub the surface of the pod with a brush or wooden spatula. After cleaning, wipe the surface with a clean cloth. Make sure you use the right amount of cleaning solution, because too much of one can cause serious damage to the surface.