Do you need to season porcelain enameled cast iron grates?
In respect to this, do porcelain coated grill grates need to be seasoned?
Porcelain-coated Wire Porcelain-coated wire grates included with some SABER® grill models, do not require seasoning. These grates should be cleaned regularly with a heavy-duty grill brush. You can also soak the grates in a mixture of water and vinegar for a deep clean.
Secondly, how do you care for porcelain coated grill grates? Clean Porcelain Grates When cleaning porcelain grill grates, don't use metal or wire brushes. Use a soft bristle or a nylon grill brush. Burn off any food leftover on the grates. Then let the grates cool and scrub them with the nylon cleaning brush.
Likewise, are porcelain coated cast iron grates good?
Porcelain Grates Porcelain-coated steel or cast iron is a good choice, but the coating does have a nasty habit of chipping away. This can expose the metal underneath to moisture and may result in a rusty surface over time. This is especially true of coated cast iron, though coated steel can develop problems as well.
How do you season a porcelain cast iron grill?
Caring for Porcelain Coated Cast Iron Grilling Grates
- Initially, season the grate with vegetable oil grilling spray (300 degrees 1-2 hours)
- Shortly after each use, clean with care (brass bristle brush) no harsh scrapping or scrubbing.
- Lubricate with fresh grilling spray after each cleaning and before each use.