Floridians everywhere have been firing up their grills all summer! We have served up several different flavors of chicken, beef, pork and fish!
One of the most important parts of grilling is remembering to clean the grill after every few uses. It will make your food taste even better and your grill will be more pleasing to look at.
Cleaning a grill is very simple and takes just 15-minutes if you break it down into the following step by step process. Before we begin you’ll need to gather work gloves, foil, dish soap, paper towels, grill brush, bucket, stainless-steel wipes, and a whisk broom! Once you have all of the tools acquired, set the timer for 15 minutes and get started!
- Clean the grill while it is still warm, but make sure that all of the dials are turned off, and that you have disconnected the propane tank
- Create a mixture of hot water and dish soap in a bucket then put the gloves on to remove the grates and plates and place them into the bucket.
- Cover the grills heating elements with a loose fitting piece of foil. Now, take the grill brush and scrub underneath the hood to remove the carbon that has accumulated there from grease and smoke.
- After you are done with the hood, scrub the inside of the grill and wipe walls clean with a damp paper towel.
- Empty the drip pan into a trashcan and place it in to the bucket with water and soap.
- Now remove everything from the bucket, scrub the items with a grill brush and rinse with a hose.
- Remove the foil and throw into the trashcan, and give the heating elements a quick scrub with the grill brush. Return the plates, grates and drip pan to the grill and reconnect the propane tank.
- Now all that is left to do is clean the exterior portion of the grill with a stainless-steel wipe.
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