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#10-24x3/8”machine screw

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4 Place firebowl into stand.

5 Insert lifting bolt into firescreen and secure with1/4-20 hex-keps nut.

Lifting bolt

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6 Place firescreen onto firebowl.

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CARE AND CLEANING OF STAINLESS STEEL

Extreme temperatures from charcoal or wood fires will cause discoloration of stainless steel surfaces. Routine cleaning is necessary to preserve the appearance and corrosion resistance of Stainless Steel. The methods below are suggestions for cleaning stainless steel surfaces. Choose a cleaning method appropriate to the requirement. If you choose to use scouring powder or solvents, consult with the solvent manufacturer or supplier before use.

Before cleaning, first test any cleaning product in an inconspicuous location and consider the possibility of scratching and the potential for corrosion caused by not completely removing cleaners. Never use brushes or steel wool as they will scratch and leave particles embedded on stainless steel surfaces, which can lead to rusting. Always rub or wipe in the direction of the polish lines in the stainless steel surface, not across them. Thorough rinsing with clean water is recommended after all cleaning procedures. Dry all surfaces completely after rinsing. Be careful not to let any stainless steel cleaner come in contact with painted or plastic components as damage may occur.

Routine Care

The Char-Broil®Stainless Steel Grill Cleaner and the Thermos® Stainless Steel Grill Cleaner are good choices for routine cleaning of stainless steel surfaces. Mild stains and loose dirt and soil can also be removed with a soft cloth and clean warm water. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry.

Stubborn Stains

Stubborn stains, discoloration and possibly rust and rust pitting can occur from cooking, exposure to harsh outdoor conditions, or extreme cooking temperatures. There are many cleaning agents commercially available formulated to restore the finish of stainless steel. Obtain advice from the solvent manufacturer or supplier when choosing the appropriate cleaner for your requirement. These cleaners can be acidic. Care should be taken to avoid contact with eyes or mouth. Be careful not let any powder or solvent come in contact with painted or plastic components as damage may occur.

The chart below has been reproduced with permission from the Specialty Steel Institute of North America. For additional details regarding the care and cleaning of stainless steel, visit their website at www.ssina.com for more information. For the latest new products for the care and cleaning of stainless steel go to www.charbroil.com.

Job

Cleaning Agents*

Comments

Routine Cleaning

Warm Water, Soap, Ammonia, Detergent

Apply with sponge or soft cloth.

 

 

Can be used on all finishes.

 

 

 

Fingerprints and Smears

3M Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish, Arcal 20, Lac-O-Nu,

Provides barrier film to minimize

 

Lumin Wash, O’Cedar Cream Polish, Stainless Shine

fingerprints. Can be used on all finishes.

Stubborn Stains

3M Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish, All chem Concentrated

and Discoloration

Cleaner, Samae, Twinkle, Cameo Copper Cleaner, Grade FFF

 

or Grade F Italian Pumice, Whiting or Talc, Liquid Nu Steel,

 

Copper’s or Revere Stainless Steel Cleaner, Household

 

Cleaners, Lumin Cleaner, Zud Restoro, Sta-Clean,Highlite,

 

Allen Polish, Penny-Brite,Copper-Brite

Rub lightly, using dry damp cloth, in the direction of polish lines on the stainless steel.

Grease and Blood Burnt-onorBaked-onFoods

Scotch-BritePower Pad 2001,Easy-Off,De-Grease-It,4% to 6% hot solution of such agents astri-sodiumpolyphosphate, 5% to 15% caustic soda solution

Excellent removal on acids, all finishes. Particularly useful where rubbing

is not practical.

Grease and Oil

Any good commercial detergent or caustic cleanser.

Apply with sponge or soft cloth in direction of polish lines.

*NOTE: Use of proprietary names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner and does not constitute an endorsement. Omission of any proprietary cleanser does not imply its inadequacy. All products should be used in strict accordance with instructions on package.