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Maintaining Your Gas Grill

Maintaining a gas grill is not a big deal as it needs a little bit of care and your grill will function properly and efficiently. The most important thing for maintaining gas grills is to clean it after every two or three meals. Fortunately it's easy to do -- just turn the burners on high for a few minutes and then scrape the grill really well with a grill brush. The best time is immediately after you have removed the food from the grates. Clean the grill body, inside and out, especially the inside of the lid. Scrape and remove built-up grease from the interior. You should also wipe clean all exposed areas of the grill which includes the working surfaces, shelves, and hood.

On an as needed basis or at least each season, change the grease pan liner and/or sand. Refill when the grill is brought out of storage and if you are storing the grill and will not use for a few months it need not be refilled. Periodically, clean the warming racks using a fine steel wool pad with warm soapy water. Remove the cooking grates every 5 - 10 uses and depending upon the brand grill, brush the steel diffuser heat bars above the burners. Check the gas supply line. Hoses can develop dangerous leaks over time. Cooking residue also accumulates on hoses. By applying the maintenance cleaning tasks listed above regularly on your gas grill, your gas grill will perform better and last a long time.

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