How to Clean Electric Griddle Effectively in 8 Easy Tips

Have you ever had the same situation? When you buy a home use electric griddle but you don’t know how to maintain it. Actually, most people have one question, that is “how to clean electric griddle”.

Cleaning the Stainless Steel and metallic parts

I’ve divided it into two parts. The first one is how to cleaning the stainless steel and metallic parts:

Stainless Steel and metallic parts of the griddle can be cleaned with stainless steel cleaner.

*Note the teppan is NOT made of stainless steel, please do not spray any stainless steel cleaner on the teppan.

Cleaning the Teppan

How to clean electric griddle? We have 8 tips for cleaning an electric griddle or indoor teppanyaki grills table effectively. You will get in entirely how to clean electric griddle in easy way.

*Every chef has his/her own way of cleaning the teppan. The following are some general guidelines compiled by Fancy, and are meant to serve as recommendations only.

How to Clean Electric Griddle in 8 Tips

  1. Turn off the power or gas.
  2. Allow the teppan to cool down until its temperature is tolerable to the hands. You may pour water onto the teppan repeatedly to speed up the cool down. (Caution: This produces a considerable amount of hot vapor).
  3. While the teppan is still warm (highly subjective depending on individual’s tolerance to high temperature), scrub the teppan with folded cloth and scrub sponge + 3M Scotch-Brite™ Quick Clean Griddle Liquid or any non-corrosive detergent + water. This cleaning method shall remove burnt spots. The use of wire wool, scouring pad, abrasive cleaner or similar product is not advised.electric griddle dish washing
  4. Thoroughly wipe the teppan clean.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 as many times as necessary. Use only clean cloth with water to remove detergent residue.
  6. When done with cleaning, dry the teppan. If still warm, the teppan would evaporate the surface moisture shortly, but it is nonetheless recommended to wipe it dry with a dry cloth so as to avoid water stain.
  7. Apply a thin layer of oil over the entire surface of the teppan to protect teppan top.
  8. This cleaning procedure should be done every day.


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