- Broiler pans will stain and discolor with use
- What products can be used to clean a blue porcelain broiler pan?
- How to clean a broiler pan and broiler pan rack
To clean the broiler pan with a wire upper rack:
- Place the upper rack in sink while slightly warm.
- Pour very hot water over the cooked-on residue.
- Cover with wet dish towels and pour more hot water over it.
- Allow the hot, moist conditions to help loosen the residue. Remove remaining soil with a mild detergent and non-abrasive scouring pad.
- Rinse and dry.
- The rack may be placed in a dishwasher.
To clean the blue porcelain bottom of the broiler pan and the top of all porcelain broiler pans:
- Pour grease into a disposable can.
- When cool, wash the pan with hot water and a mild detergent.
- Rinse and dry. Do not place porcelain coated rack or pan in the dishwasher.
- Spray stubborn stains with a mild abrasive cleaner or spray degreaser. Refer to the Wolf Cleaning Reference Guide for product recommendations.
- Scrub with a no-scratch Scotch-Brite™ pad (pink or blue).
- Wash the entire broil pan again with soap and water to remove all cleaning chemicals.
Do not use aluminum foil on the broiler pan, as it can melt and adhere to the pan. Refer to Wolf Broiler Pan Information for part numbers and dimensions.
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