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How do a reseason a Blackstone griddle.
 

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looks like it wasnt cleaned after last use? or it got wet?
just heat it up and do like you did when you first got it.
 

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I would sand it really good then re-season it.
Do what this guys says.

 

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How do a reseason a Blackstone griddle.
I would remove whatever grease is left then hit the whole griddle with a wire wheel and sand paper to get it back to new condition. Then season as normal.

Always clean your griddle and re-oil after each use. If it’s going to be stored for long periods of time or in humid areas coat the griddle with Crisco.
 

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you didnt cover it. hit it with a stone and reseason
 
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I have done it with a wire wheel, then sandpaper, clean, and re-season.
 

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I use a wire wheel on a drill, grind it down to bare metal. then turn it up full blast, put oil on it until it stops smoking. so that 1-2 times depending on how black it gets. done. every once in a while you gotta take it down. we cook a lot of sugary marinades etc and eventually the grill stops having that "sizzle" that we love so much that makes edges crunchy, etc.
 

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Also when you’re done cooking you turn it up full blast, pour about two cups of water on it. This will lift all the cooked on sugars fats etc. spoosh it off towards the drain. Wipe with paper towel. Put oil on it and you’re good to go. If it’s cleaned and oiled it won’t rust.
 

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I just bought it from Lowes. Someone bought it, used it one time without seaoning it. It is the 2burner model.

I saw it sitting in a corner for months. Was hidden and you couldnt see the price unless you really looked. Started at half price . They kept marking it down. It was down to $24...90% off.
 

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I just bought it from Lowes. Someone bought it, used it one time without seaoning it. It is the 2burner model.

I saw it sitting in a corner for months. Was hidden and you couldnt see the price unless you really looked. Started at half price . They kept marking it down. It was down to $24...90% off.

instructions are hard for some people.

like a used cast iron pan. little cleaning and good as new.
 
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