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    Senior Member stevenStefano's Avatar
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    We clean ours with baking soda and a wire scrubber every night, does a great job
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    Letting a bucket of ice melt and boil, then scraping off for basic cleaning, then a lemon juice scrub if it was getting off color.

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    Ice can warp your surface.

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    Ice can warp your surface.
    Never had an issue only drops temp a little- same as filing it up with product straight out of a cooler no?

    Couldn't put enough ice to damage it I don't think

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    We never used more ice than would melt in about a second. It was usually added somewhat gradually, though to be fair there wasn't enough time to see long term effects while I was there

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    Senior Member Dardeau's Avatar
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    I've definitely seen (and heard) a flattop warp from pouring ice water on it to clean it. That being said it was about two gallons dumped at once by an extremely high cook at a not so good restaurant.

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