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Old May 6th, 2019, 09:11 PM
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Default Stainless burner

I have the typical 16 x 16 propane burner, actually have a couple of them, and they always seem to get grubby after a couple seasons of use. The red paint tends to burn off, a bit of syrup spilled, rust, etc. Does anyone have the stainless steel version and how has it held up over the years? Is it worth the extra $$$ to keep things looking clean and presentable?
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Thatís entirely an individual decision. I like the mirror finish look. It takes some time and elbow grease after the boiling season. But I feel itís worth it. I mean weíre in the food business. So cleanliness isnít an option. It might as well look it


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