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The Best Way to Clean Your Gas Grill

Kamil Jain

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With a gas grill, you should not let it completely cool but clean it as soon as the grates are cool enough for them to be handled. You should make sure that you are cleaning your grill every time you use it. To prevent the grilling food from sticking to the grates it is very important to clean the grates of the grill each time you use them. To clean the grates you can use a brush of stiff wire to clean off any remaining food particles. If the grill has grates made from cast iron, you should wipe oil on them using a paper towel after they have been completely cleaned. By wiping them with oil, it will help to keep the grates in the good working order.

Cleaning a gas grill is a little different from a charcoal grill because of the addition of the “clean setting. " Some users think this is the easiest way to clean their gas grill but this is not true. The reason for this clean setting is so you can preheat your gas grill, not clean it. This setting is able to burn everything that has fallen into you grill but does not really clean it. Make sure that after cleaning the grates that you brush off the lid and side of the grill. Periodically you need to take the cooking grate off and clean all the food particles and grease off.

Once a year you should clean it by taking your gas grill apart and cleaning the grill parts. A good time to do this is either before you put it away for the winter or in the spring before you use it for the first time. Make sure that the gas grill is disconnected and then start to remove the parts of the grill one section at a time. Inspect the burner to ensure nothing will restrict the gas flow. If the burners are not able to be properly cleaned, you should replace them to prevent poor grilling and uneven heat.

After all of the new grills part are removed, each part, including the grill, needs to be cleaned with warm soapy water. As you put it back together, check the connections to ensure that they are in the correct place. If they are not you could have a potential gas leak that could cause serious problems. Turn it on so it will completely heat before you cook your first meal. By doing this you will be able to make sure that all the soap residue has burned off even though you had rinsed it. Gas grills can be expensive to purchase but if you keep your grill clean and in good working order it will give you years of grilling enjoyment.

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