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Any tips for making sure my griddle surface is clean?



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Kinnek Knowledge Team

Absolutely - consider the following...

1) Try to make sure that your griddle is on a level surface.  If your griddle has been placed at an angle, residue will have an easier time building up on the surface of your griddle.
2) Scrape gunk off your griddle with a scraper/spatula while it's still a bit warm.  Warming the griddle can loosen up tough particulate matter.
3) After making sure that your griddle is compatible with certain degreasers, consider using a degreaser to ensure that your griddle surface has been deep-cleaned.
4) Keep on the lookout for yellow flames.  Yellow flame is an indication of particulate matter accumulation in the griddle burner and possibly soot formation under the griddle plate.  If you find a yellow flame and soot, you'll want to clean the griddle burner and griddle plate thoroughly.

Good luck!

Dec 6, 2015

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