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Cleaning Teflon Griddle

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A friend gave me her old Teflon Griddle. Love the size - spent 1 1/2 hours scrubbing thge bottom and sides - it is beyond me how anyone can wash a pan and never touch the outside of it. The bottom and sides look brand new. Now the Teflon part needs a good scrubbing - it is is bit sticky and "tacky". What to you use on that - it needs more than just hot water - already tried that.

If anyone knows - Tuggers know all things!! HELP!! :wave:
 

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I scrub mine gently with Brillo. It does not destroy the teflon, but does get a lot of the grease build up off.
 

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What about using spray-on oven cleaner? Same kind of build up, right?

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What about using spray-on oven cleaner? Same kind of build up, right?

Dave

I don't think you can use oven cleaner on Teflon. It's so harsh, I think it might remove the Teflon at the same time as the dirt. OP, I would try soaking the griddle in a solution of Dawn and water overnight, I think, then gently using a Scotch-Brite.
 

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Vinegar?

Baking soda?

Run it through the dishwasher?
 
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