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    Picked up a Wagner griddle.

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    Nice I like the round griddles

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    Perfect for pancakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    Picked up a Wagner griddle.
    Wait till you make some grilled cheese on it - you will be hooked for life - congrats on the new purchase.

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    I have one like that but no markings. It was my Dad's pancake pan. I find it to be a PITA to cook with. It is so thin that temperature control is very difficult.

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    Thanks all. I think I'm going to strip it down along with the recently purchased Wagner skillet using the oven cleaner method this weekend. Any recommendations for which oven cleaner to use? Someone on the griswold fb page said a kind in a yellow can. Not sure which brand that would be.

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    You could also use the self cleaning function of your oven. Carbonoff works pretty well, I'm sure any brand will do.

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    I usually throw mine in the fireplace for a week or so...come out a bit dusty but down to bare iron.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwiefel View Post
    I usually throw mine in the fireplace for a week or so...come out a bit dusty but down to bare iron.
    I don't have a fire place, (or self-cleaning oven), but I do have a Weber grill. Would loading it up with coals bring the pan to bare metal? Or would it not be hot enough to burn off the crud?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    I don't have a fire place, (or self-cleaning oven), but I do have a Weber grill. Would loading it up with coals bring the pan to bare metal? Or would it not be hot enough to burn off the crud?

    I'm sure it would work...just not sure how much charoal you'd have to go through. I'd guess about 5-10lb worth.

    OTOH, if you had to spend a couple of hours relaxing, drinking beer, and tending the fire only to find out that it didn't work...that would be just awful. terrible waste. criminal even.

    RE self-cleaning oven...if anyone else wants to use it for something like this, make sure you remove the racks as the oven will get hot enough to damage the temper on the racks themselves (I don't know the exact temp, but it's around 600-700F).
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