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LF Grill mat that is safe for composite decks

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LF Grill mat that is safe for composite decks

There are a number of grill mats/protectors out there that profess to be safe for composite decks but if you read reviews, ppl will say it discolored their composite decking. Does anyone here have a grill mat that they use that they say is actually safe for composite decking?
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Grease is safer for the deck than a grill mat. Go bareback.
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Jerico wrote: Grease is safer for the deck than a grill mat. Go bareback.
Bareback is risky if there is spillage Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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bacalhau4me wrote: Bareback is risky if there is spillage Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
A little rub a dub dub and soap will clean that right up.
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jackrabbit000 wrote: Why do you needs a grill mat? We BBQ all the time and have never had a single stain or dropped anything on our deck. Or am I missing something here?
there is some grease splatter but not much. guessing periodic disposable cardboard is my answer.

I am surprised there's nothing really in the market that is "safe" and tested on Trex, Azek etc. especially if some ppl do charcoal grilling which can't be moped up.
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I’m surprised it’s the grill mat discolouring the composite and not the UV degrading the uncovered areas...

Amazing to think people build decks out of something this temperamental. Even walking on these decks in the summer is difficult, the radiant heat is crazy! Burnt feet!?! WTF!

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