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    Porcelain coated steel

    Has anyone ever had to deal with porcelain coated steel as in burners for gas grills?



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    I just throw mine in with prepared metal but antique stoves are a different monster. I am surprised you have porcelain covered gas grills. They were common with old wood burning stoves and those collect good money among collectors.
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