How to restore a rusty Blackstone griddle top

My Blackstone griddle top was looking bad a couple weeks ago and then really bad here lately. I knew I needed to strip the seasoning and rust off and start over, so that is what I did and will show you here.

I used the following (from Harbor Freight):

Corded drill
Wire wheels (various sizes)
Cup wire brushes (various sizes)
Shop rags
Sander
Sand paper

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