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    I would treat it as my own grill, burn it off and brush and scrape.
    I wouldn't go out of my way to buy anything unless the thing is a total rust bucket

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    I would treat it as my own grill, burn it off and brush and scrape.
    I wouldn't go out of my way to buy anything unless the thing is a total rust bucket

    Tim
    I’m am on vacation you know, but you’re probably right. I guess if it’s nasty, I can use HD aluminum foil with holes punched in it.
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    BOB C. : Great idea!

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    Got back a couple days ago and wanted to report that the grills were actually kept up very well. I don't know if the uses keep the grills (grates) clean or if the property management staff do, but they were in very good shape. I took my own scraper/tools and cleaned them up no different than if I were at home. Happy I took the risk and didn't by anything. Best part is that the steaks I grilled turned out great (aged ny strips). I also did some chicken one day and that turned out well, but I realized that I did not bring my Thermapen. Should have done that. I don't mind a rare steak, but I do like to temp chicken. Oh well, the trip and the food all turned out well.
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