I definitely can
A few tips:
1) When the first layer is sticking really hard like that and leaving that powdery/sticky kind of baked in mess on the pad, try increasing z-offset in expert settings to 0.01 or 0.02. Remember in Cura2 it is in there twice, at the bottom and about 9 lines up from there. With Slic3r and Cura, there is only one place to change. Same thing if you are using Simplify3D. What is happening is the nozzle is too close and the first layer is getting smooshed in and the burned in by the residual heat from the proximity of the nozzle.
2) I found that the pad cleans up quite nicely with just a plastic bristle brush (like a kitchen scrub brush or a stiff toothbrush) and then a wipe down with just a VERY small amount of isopropyl alcohol to remove dust. About the amount in those eyeglass cleaning wipes, actually those work great if you have them, if not, a SMALL amount is the key. Just moist enough to remove the particulates and dust, not actually get it wet. After that it will look and perform just like new again and again.
3) Your metal plate is actually upside down for printing The grid side is for laser engraving & drawing toolhead for alignments. The other side is for printing, flip it over and don't forget to line up the little hole on the right side. I know you are printing on the mag plate, but if you get in the habit of having it in the right orientation you can switch to other materials like PETG or TPU where you may want to print on metal faster by just pulling the mag plate and slapping down some glue if you plate is already right side up.
4) I always enjoy seeing all the different FLUX Delta homes. Yours must be happy with the sweet curtains