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    Default Patio gas braai

    I usually get my best advice here. Which grid material is best. Something else I must check? Thks Dankie peter with a 1x4 tjor.

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    Got both Cast iron and stainless grids. I prefer cast, easy to clean (burn + brush = braai). I spend hours cleaning stainless, it also stains / discolour - not looking good. Now only use stainless for pizza's.

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    Cast iron, before first use brush on sunflower oil and set burners to highest setting and burn in grids for about 10 minutes, seals them and makes them a lot easier to clean in future.

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    Have both cast iron and stainless steel braai grids...don't smark the rust buildup on the cast iron which requires a bit of elbow grease to get rid of along with spray n cook...more inclined to use my homemade stainless grid...

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    If rust, braai more often

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn McCool View Post
    Have both cast iron and stainless steel braai grids...don't smark the rust buildup on the cast iron which requires a bit of elbow grease to get rid of along with spray n cook...more inclined to use my homemade stainless grid...
    If you burn in the grid properly from new and you braai often you should not have a rust problem.

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