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Cleaning Gas Grill

Gas grills regularly need to be cleaned to get the best out of them. There shouldn't be anything blocking the flow of gas. If the burner is clogged it will give you uneven heat and make for poor grilling. This requires that you take portions of it apart. First, start by disconnecting the gas and then lift out the grill parts layer by layer. Once you get down to the burners, make sure you inspect them thoroughly. Put peanut oil in a spray bottle, and then spray the grates of the grill before turning on the heat.

To keep a grill looking new, wash it once a month with warm soap and water or a non-abrasive household cleanser, then spray a small amount of silicone lubricant on the housing. If the grill gets too greasy, use a nontoxic degreaser to clean the grates and housing. If the paint is coming off, or if your grill is showing signs of rust then you need to do some painting. Other than that, put everything back in, check to make sure that all connections are good, and then turn it on. Let the grill heat completely before you cook again to make sure that any left over soap residue gets burned off.



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