Can I recoat my original George Foreman grill on the bottom half with Teflon?
By Wedonna Saxon from Birmingham, AL
As it said in one of the archive posts, lay aluminum foil on it if you are concerned about the health issues.
For safety, find another one through free cycle, check out the yahoo groups for free cycle in your area. Once teflon has been scratched and is coming off it is a serious cancer risk, both from the particles and the fumes it gives off. As soon, as any teflon surface is scratched or peels off I throw it out.
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My husband has scrubbed the grill and taken the non stick finish off. Is there anything I can do?
Thanks in advance.
If your grill plates are able to come off, I would suggest seasoning them with oil just as you would a cast iron cookware. Look on the internet for how to season your cookware.
The black paint came off of part of the grill plate. It is still working fine. What difference does it make?
By D. M. from Lubbock, TX
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I purchased the indoor/outdoor grill about 3 years ago. I have only washed it in hot water with dish detergent and have not used scouring pads of any kind. The Teflon is starting to come off.
I have a George Foreman grill. My grill coating is coming off and the food is sticking to it. I can not afford another one, but would like to know what I can do to it.
Is it safe to cook on the Foreman grill, if the coating has come off?
We bought the George Foreman GR15BWI Grill in April of 2006. We love it. The Teflon coating is coming off the upper and lower plates big time.