It’s our end of the season clearance sale and we have some extremely good deals on our 3 remaining Model B pizza ovens.

We hate to part with it but our Model B demo unit is now for sale. This past spring we needed to increase our pizza output due to the size of our events so we added a model D. Since then the Model B has not seen any use.

Details: This demo unit has not been used in about a year.

Model B
2 Shelves
Stand with casters
Reg. Price: $2680 (including the stand)This Demo Unit: SOLD

Our next clearance oven is another model B. It is in great shape. We used it as a display at 2 home shows but it has never been used to cook.

Model B
No Shelves
Stand with casters
Reg. Price $2680
This Display Model: SOLD

And our last Model B has not been used. It is still on it’s original pallet and also includes the stand.

Model B
2 Shelves
Stand with casters
Reg. Price $2680
This Display Model: SOLD

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A LOT of people ask me how they should clean their pizza stone. “Clean your pizza stone?”, is my typical response as I don’t clean mine.

Seriously though there are times when you need to clean the stone be it from a spill or just cooking some messy foods. This is how I clean mine.

First, I get a really hot fire going. I typically will bring it up to 900+ degrees. Next I take a stiff spatula and simply scrape the stone removing any food remnants. Using the same spatula I scoop up the debris and throw it in the trash. NOTE: Please wear heat protective gloves so you don’t burn yourself!

Once the fire is out and the pizza oven has cooled I either use a small brush and sweep out any leftover scrapings or I use a compressor and blow the scrapings out.

DO NOT:

  • Use any type of soap as it will be absorbed by the pizza stone
  • Use any type of oven cleaner or any cleaner for that matter
  • Use water although I sometimes will use a slightly damp rag to wipe down the stone

Don’t worry about stains on the pizza stone. Stains are virtually impossible to remove and there really is no need to.