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How to Clean your Grill

Updated: Jan 6, 2023

Easy Tips for cleaning your Grill!

Cooking on your outdoor grill is great! Maintaining it is an important part of ensuring it last for years to come.


Here are a few tips on how to clean your grill.


Before Each Use


Tip #1: Inspect and clean the exterior surfaces of the unit:

With a cool grill, clean any dust, grease, or spills as needed with a damp clean cloth



After Each Use


Tip #1: Perform a burn-off and clean the cooking grids:

Turn the grill on high. Close the hood and leave on for 15minutes. This will burn out excess food or grease drippings and allow for an easier clean up. Then turn OFF the grill and use a grill brush to clean the top cooking grids. Use a long-handled BBQ tool and wear insulated gloves/oven mitts.


Tip #2: Check and clean your drip tray:

With a cool grill, carefully remove the drip tray and dispose of contents appropriately.

Clean the tray in a soapy water solution if needed. For tough drippings, a copper pad can be used. Rinse and dry completely. Then insert the drip tray back in place.


Tip #3: Cover your grill:

Once your grill is dry and cool, cover your grill with a protective cover.



Twice a Year (or as needed)


Tip #1: For the Interior of the grill:

A deep clean of the interior of the grill, burners, and all components should be performed twice a year (or as needed depending on use). Each grill comes with guide or manual that has detailed instructions for deep cleaning process that you can refer to.


Tip #2: For the Exterior of the grill:

With a cool grill, use a grill cleaner (or soapy water) and a clean cloth (preferably microfiber) to remove dirt and grease form the exterior of the grill. Always wipe with the grain. Rinse and dry completely. Then follow up with a clean cloth and a stainless steel cleaner or polish.



Important: DO NOT use steel wool or other metal tools to clean the exterior as those items promote rust.


Routine cleaning will help reduce discoloration on you grill that is produced by the natural grilling process and will extend the life of your grill.


We hope these tips help! Happy Grilling!



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