As the summer draws to a close, your backyard barbecue has hosted a number of barbecues. Have you yet this year thoroughly cleaned your go-to summertime cooking tool? Here are quick BBQ cleaning tips for your barbecue grill in the backyard since it’s never too late to get started.
Fire it Up.
Start by turning the grill on high for 15 minutes. Any residue that might be adhered to the grill grates will heat up as a result. Scrape away any leftover material with the grill brush, then let the grill cool.
Disconnect the propane tank.
Ensure that all the dials are off and the propane tank is disconnected once the grill has cooled. Turn off the primary gas line if the grill is connected to it. Remove all of the grill grates after making sure the grill is absolutely cool. You can put on protective gloves as an extra measure of safety. In a bucket of hot water with dish soap, submerge the grill grates and drip pan for 10 to 15 minutes.
Clean under the grill hood
To shield the grill’s heated parts from your cleaning efforts, grab some tin foil. Scrub the underside of the hood with a stainless steel scrubber or the grill brush. Do not panic if you notice some residue that resembles flaking paint. This is basically a harmless carbon buildup from all that grilled smoke and fat.
Clean the grill’s walls
Start cleaning the interior walls above the grill’s heating elements with the grill brush or that stainless steel scrubber. Be aware that it’s typical for grill ash and debris to fall off. With a moist cloth, clean the interior of the grill.
Scrub the grill grates
After soaking the grill grates and drip pan in the soapy water, take them out and give them a thorough cleaning. Rinse away any soap residue and remaining debris with the garden hose.
Replace interior components
The grill grates and drip pan should be replaced after removing the tin foil that had been covering the heating components. The propane tank needs to be connected after that.
Clean the cabinet.
Clean the shelves of the grill’s storage cabinet and take out any further dust or debris.
Scrub the Outside
Finally, use a heavy-duty sponge or microfiber cloth to wipe the grill’s outside so it shines and sparkles. Use a cleaner designed exclusively for stainless steel to clean a stainless steel grill, and use a microfiber cloth to buff with the grain rather than against it.
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