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Posted: 09/08/21 08:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I had the 17" model and just cleaned and wiped the griddle, packed it in its carrying case and put it in a storage bay.

I now have a 22" with the hood. I just clean and wipe the griddle, close the hood and set it in the storage bay next to the Green Mountain pellet smoker and gas grill.


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ken56 wrote:

Your griddle top should not stay greasy. Clean it after every use then wipe a light coat of canola oil all over it again before it cools all the way down.


If you are talking about puddles of congealed grease, agreed. You should always scape off the excess.

But assuming you didn't cook something with a lot of water that could strip the oils or strong spices that will taint the next meal...just scrape clean, a little water on the hot griddle if there is stuck on food and make sure it's dry. A thin sheen of bacon grease works just fine to protect it for a few days between uses.


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OP again. No, I’m not talking about “gobs of grease”,just that tacky residue when you lightly apply when time to store. I currently keep it in a large black plastic garbage bag. I’m afraid that if I put it uncovered in the blackstone carry bag, it wouldn’t take long for the inside to get nasty as well.

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Me too, that's why I store the griddle separate from the rest of the parts.


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I've been keeping mine in the carry bag for several years now with no negative effect. yes, I have the slight tacky residue but it hasn't transferred over to the carry bag.

Whatever works though

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Walaby wrote:

I've been keeping mine in the carry bag for several years now with no negative effect. yes, I have the slight tacky residue but it hasn't transferred over to the carry bag.

Whatever works though

Mike

I also keep my entire unit with lid in a storage with no ill effects.
While the interior of my bag is not greasy, the idea is for the bag to contain the grease vs. having grease everywhere.
So if my bag were to be a bit sticky, who cares that is the whole point of the bag!
If you heat scrape aclean with water keep the unit clean is not a big deal.


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My small one 17” goes back in the box it came in. I wish I would’ve gotten the 22”. The single control knob is terrible, rather have the dual control of the 22”.


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Oh, gotcha. Mine came with a lid so I just give a light spray of cooking oil and close the lid. I might suggest a piece of cardboard (maybe a pizza box) that fits over top to keep it from rubbing your bag.


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dodge guy wrote:

My small one 17” goes back in the box it came in. I wish I would’ve gotten the 22”. The single control knob is terrible, rather have the dual control of the 22”.

I originally had a 17" model. It worked OK, however on cold/cool mornings it struggled to get/stay hot, especially if there was a breeze.
The 22" model does not struggle in cooler conditions
I sold the 17" model to a buddy and purchased a 22".
I have been totally happy with the 22"

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Sounds like some people aren’t flipping the griddle over before storing it? That solves worrying about getting grease inside the bag.


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