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Regardless of what specifications you prefer and what pros and cons you see, the answer really comes down to what your dominant BBQ style is and what your personal preferences are. Metals aren't all created equal. They are both awesome.
You need to be aware of what you like to understand what you should invest in. Each will work best in different situations, so that's why it's imperative to be self-aware.
In short, here are the pros and cons of cast iron :
Rusts easily if not maintained
Needs more cleaning after each cooking session
As with cast iron, here are the pros and cons of stainless steel:
Reaches temperatures faster
May distort if not 304-graded
Does not retain heat as much as cast iron
May blacken over time
Retain Heat】- Aside from heating evenly and retaining heat well, cast iron grates are capable of producing distinctive sear marks as well as delivering superior sear marks.
Designed to last a lifetime with durable cast iron. Food leaves beautiful grill marks and does not chip or rust like enameled bars
【How to Avoid Rust？】
The grates should be scraped every time you use them;
Once they have been used, brush them with oil;
In order to prevent condensation from collecting in the grill, leave the dampers open a little bit;
Don't forget to close your grill's lid when it's not in use;
If you are not using the grill, cover it;
Cooking oil should be thoroughly sprayed on the grills, wrapped in plastic bags, and placed in a covered grill if they need to be stored for a long period of time