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Best way to clean plate setter

GaryBusheyGaryBushey Posts: 60
edited 10:14AM in EggHead Forum
Any recommendations? Can I safely soak it for a while before trying to clean it?

Comments

  • Little ChefLittle Chef Posts: 4,725
    Put it in the Egg when you do a high temp burn....or put it in your oven on the self clean cycle. It will come out looking like new. ;)
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    Hi Gary; do you live in Vermont?
  • Grew up in Bakersfield, went to high school in Enosburg, college at UVM and lived in Burlington for a while but not anymore.
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    Gary; it's a small world! There are alot of Busheys in this neck of the woods and my husband is related to another Gary bushey, that's why I asked. As you can see from my signature block, we live in frankiln county - my husband graduated from mississiquoi. :)
  • If he is from Swanton and is named Bushey most likely I am related to him :laugh:
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    Gary, no doubt! :) the other Gary is from swanton. Our last name is Rice; my husband grew up in east highgate. We have been egging about a year; we have a large and a mini, soon to add a small. Happy egging! :)
  • Morro Bay RichMorro Bay Rich Posts: 2,227
    I certainly would not soak the platesetter. If you do, you'll be cooking the absorbed water out of it for quite awhile.
  • :whistle: got a dog???
    but don't let him/her push it around too much...
    then put it back on a warm egg and get it going again...

    I try to alternate "up" sides to keep it cleaned off, but even if the flat sides get white, the legs of my platesetters never do :huh:
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