Do you always clean pyrolytic panels

Christina Daniel

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I've got into the habit of routinely dipping pyrolytic panels, even if they don't look obviously dirty. Just wondering what people's thoughts are on this. Do you sometimes just remove them, clean behind and then replace without dipping?
 

Derek Dale

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I just put them in a tray of degreaser and hot water even if they look clean its amazing how much dirt comes off. My dip tank is caustic so I just use a tray
 

Christina Daniel

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My dip tank is technically caustic, it is a fairly weak solution of FF. But anything and everything goes in there. Seriously. My pan stands don't turn white, burners don't go black, and I even waft extractor filters for a moment or two! I find having a weak solution and running the tank very hot gives me the best of both worlds.

Yes... Exactly my thoughts. Even when they look clean, a lot comes out of them.
 

Derek Dale

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Christina I will have to try experimenting more in tank as its gas I can get it very hot if I dilute the solution a bit. I am always wary about putting things like you mention in the tank.
 

Steven Johnson

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Yes I can but that's my secret lol

Never put aluminium burners in boiling hot water though for long periods.
 
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