Let’s admit, that expensive new grill with its shinny new grill grate you just purchased
looks inviting for some tasty vittles. However, after many uses it’s falling apart.
Sure you care for it and go through several steel brushes to make sure the grate
is clean, but it’s often the quality of the grate which ultimately shows its rearing
face over time. Bottom line, most quality grills you buy can last you a lifetime
but grates will not. They are often exposed to the elements and begin to rust and
most cases fall apart. Well! Here’s an alternative; try placing the PAN Grill-