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Old 11-22-2020, 11:11 AM   #1
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Winter is coming and I'll be using my Blackstone grill less. What's the best way to keep it in good cooking shape? I have the metal lid but am worried about rust. Thanks.
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Old 11-22-2020, 11:13 AM   #2
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From what I have read, you just need to put a layer of oil on it.

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From what I have read, you just need to put a layer of oil on it.

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Saw many suggestions of a thin layer of oil, and then a layer of wax paper - giving that a shot right now. Hope it works.
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Saw many suggestions of a thin layer of oil, and then a layer of wax paper - giving that a shot right now. Hope it works.
Makes sense kinda like the cosmaline wrap
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Last winter I just oiled her well...This spring she was good to go.
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Wait for a cold day, melt some lard in a saucepan and brush on a few layers allowing it to set up between coats.

This 100% prevents any oxidation and rusting over winter time if it sit's unused.
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Thanks all for the replies. Good old oil.
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