Cleaning Your Grill After Summer Use
Saturday Oct 22nd, 2022
During the warm summer months, it’s likely you spent a lot of time outdoors barbecuing and flipping burgers for friends and family. It’s also likely your grill is in need of a good scrub to get rid of any build up from all the summer use. If you have a gas grill, set the burners on high for 35-45 minutes with the lid down. Then, scour the food grates quickly with a brass-bristled grill brush. You’ll also want to clean the drip pans. If you have a charcoal grill, just wash it with soap and warm water, followed by a good rinse!