Here's How To Clean Your Barbeque Grill And Make It Live To It's Full
One of the main reasons why barbeque grills tend to have a shorter lifespan than they
should is because of the fact most of us do not know how to clean our barbeque grill after using them. In fact, in
most cases, we tend be a bit lazy when it comes to cleaning our grills because the truth of the matter is who
really feels like cleaning a grill after a big feast. Instead of cleaning off the stuck on stickies on the barbeque
grill, most of us just take one look at it and tell ourselves that we can take care of the job later. But if you
are like me you tend to tell yourself that and then stick it in the garage, never getting to it again until the
next time you want to use it. Then when you go to fire it up the blasted thing doesn't work as well as it used to.
Been there? Don't feel alone all of us backyard grillers have.
Since replacing the barbeque grill can be quite costly, we should learn to be more careful
when it comes to maintaining our grill. No, it's not really that difficult to clean our barbeque grills after use.
In fact, it takes only a few minutes to get her spic n spanned, air dried and put away. Here are some easy and user
friendly tips that should help us keep our grills maintained and working to their full blast furnace
Cleaning Your Barbeque Grill
Barbecue drippings tend to stick to the grill when you're cooking, to remove this stuck on
goo from your grill wait until it has completely cooled down and then brush the grill with a stiff wire brush. If
you have a stainless steel grill be sure to use a stainless steel brush as the steel from a regular wire brush can
imbed itself into the stainless and cause surface rustbelieve it or not. Clean the interior part of the grill
thoroughly. Do not use soap and water to clean the interior part of the grill. If you want to clean up the grate,
you may remove it from the barbeque grill before washing it and you can use soap and warm water for this. Do not
use any bleaching agents or harsh chemicals to remove any stuck on goodies that may cling on the grates. To remove
stubborn stuck ons, soak the grates for a few minutes and then methodically brush them to remove the food
particles. Air dry the grates before putting them back inside the barbecue.
After cleaning the interior part of the grill, you may now start cleaning its exterior
part. Just use warm soapy water to wash exterior of the grill. When you're all done scrubbin her up let her air dry
and then stick her in the garage till the next time you want to fire it up.You'll be glad that yo udid when she
works just the same as she did the first time. Remember an ounce of maintenance is worth a pound of