What are stainless steel grills?

While Cooking with a stainless steel barbecue you might not get the same levels heat as from a cast iron grill, but stainless steel gas grills make up for it with heat retention. Stainless steel barbecue grill is much more resilient and durable to withstand harsher elements like sun, rain, wind and salt. The stainless-steel grates will darken with extended usage, but this is considered normal, and you can simply remove it by wiping it with a brush if desired. Read more

What are Cast Iron grills?

The first thing you need to know is that Cast iron retains a large amount of heat. Cast iron is corrosive, so cast iron grills are for the most part coated with either porcelain or enamel to stop corrosion. The porcelain is still prone to cracks and chips, particularly if the grates are mishandled or dropped on hard ground like cement. These chips and cracks will impact the grate’s ability to retain heat and will eventually cause the grates to rust. Non-coated, or bare, cast iron offers greater benefits like its capacity to withstand searing heat and is also more resistant to sticking. Read more