What are you using to clean grates

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Hi All,
Recently purchased an 850 pro. Still in the honeymoon phase, not 100% sure on the unit as of yet. Curious as to what you are using to clean the grill grates. With the chris cross design, I am wondering what the best option is to use.
On another note. I would love to see 10* temperature increments or at least a 275* option. 250 to 300 is just silly.
 

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Accidentally discovered last night that the little white rocks we put down on the side of our driveway work very well for cleaning burnt on sauce, etc..
 

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Hi All,
Recently purchased an 850 pro. Still in the honeymoon phase, not 100% sure on the unit as of yet. Curious as to what you are using to clean the grill grates. With the chris cross design, I am wondering what the best option is to use.
On another note. I would love to see 10* temperature increments or at least a 275* option. 250 to 300 is just silly.
Pit Boss seems not be in a hurry to move to 1 degree increment and adding 275 so we just have to keep asking them.

What I did once a week was crank my grill to 450 and let run for about 30 minutes then let a cool down and use a non- metal brush and scrub it. Then I took a plastic tub and hot water and Dawn liquid dish soap and let the grates soak in it for about an hour. Took them out and scrub them again and let them dry and they looked brand new.
 

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Pit Boss seems not be in a hurry to move to 1 degree increment and adding 275 so we just have to keep asking them.

What I did once a week was crank my grill to 450 and let run for about 30 minutes then let a cool down and use a non- metal brush and scrub it. Then I took a plastic tub and hot water and Dawn liquid dish soap and let the grates soak in it for about an hour. Took them out and scrub them again and let them dry and they looked brand new.
Thanks for these tips. Appreciated!
 

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I've been heating it up per the instructions and using this:


...not paid to endorse. It's basically a sponge inside of an Amarid Fiber case...it basically steam cleans the grates. Works really well and no worry about metal scratching or coming off of a metal brush.
 

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I've been heating it up per the instructions and using this:


...not paid to endorse. It's basically a sponge inside of an Amarid Fiber case...it basically steam cleans the grates. Works really well and no worry about metal scratching or coming off of a metal brush.
I will check it out. Thanks.
 
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