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    There are high temp paints for engine blocks etc but you can't eat off them. To be a food contact rated surface there must be no chance of chemical transfer to the food. The surface must also be cleanable and crevice free and generally must have a very high tolerance to chemical cleaning agents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    There are high temp paints for engine blocks etc but you can't eat off them. To be a food contact rated surface there must be no chance of chemical transfer to the food. The surface must also be cleanable and crevice free and generally must have a very high tolerance to chemical cleaning agents.
    Cleaning? Eh! Its a camp bbq hotplate. Haha! We just leave the crap on it for the next camp trip. Adds to the flavour.

    Thanks Phil. My plate had to be painted with something when it was made. Not sure what or how. I'll just strip it back and oil it up. Just means it cannot get wet at all when camping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Cleaning? Eh! Its a camp bbq hotplate. Haha! We just leave the crap on it for the next camp trip. Adds to the flavour.

    Thanks Phil. My plate had to be painted with something when it was made. Not sure what or how. I'll just strip it back and oil it up. Just means it cannot get wet at all when camping.
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    Never trust a Parks O Vic turd plate either mate! Much hygienically safer river rock seasoning atop of Nymph juices and betterer for your guts than paint :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Never trust a Parks O Vic turd plate either mate! Much hygienically safer river rock seasoning atop of Nymph juices and betterer for your guts than paint :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudski View Post
    Cleaning? Eh! Its a camp bbq hotplate. Haha! We just leave the crap on it for the next camp trip. Adds to the flavour.
    I'm with you on this one, my home bbq is left dirty until I cook on it again and then clean it off with the rat poo at the same time, if I'm after extra flavor I don't bother cleaning it
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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanGQ4.2 View Post
    I'm with you on this one, my home bbq is left dirty until I cook on it again and then clean it off with the rat poo at the same time, if I'm after extra flavor I don't bother cleaning it
    If you get the plate hot enough the rat poo just turns into like pepper corns. They make you eyes go a bit funny when you crunch into one.

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