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5 tips to keep your grill clean.

Keeping your grill clean may be tricky sometimes , however if you follow these steps they will surely make it easier for you to keep your grill as clean as possible.

1. Put the grill on full heat for about 20 minutes, then let it cool down before cleaning it.

The easiest way to wipe, scrape or scrub off residue is to do it when the grill is still warm so that it is turned to ash and it comes off easily. It is important to use a non-flammable grill cleaning product and use protective gloves.

2. Alternate between quick clean-ups and deeps cleans.

Your Grill may not need a deep clean every time you use it.

When you finish grilling , spend 10 minutes scraping and wiping your grill. This will get rid of at least half of the mess immediately.

The question is How often should you deep clean ?

This depends on how often you use the grill. Most pit masters who use the grill regularly opt for a monthly cleaning routine.

Deep cleans should be done on a cool grill , not one that's warm.

3. Save your grill from grime/dirt.

There are various ways to keep grime away from your grill's nooks and crannies. An example would be Replacing the grease tray liner regularly to make it easier to get rid of the residue. A brush of cooking oil on the grates before you grill also stops the food from sticking and burning.

4.Choose the appropriate tools that won't scratch your grill.

To clean your grill appropriately you will surely need a few easy grill cleaning tools. It is important to choose the right tools so that no damage will be caused to the grills finish or function.

Soft sponges , wooden scrapes and plastic tools are OK as long as the grill is cool. Sometimes rougher scrubbing tools such as a premium quality grill brush are needed to scrape away all the debris from the grates.

5.Use Cleaning solutions recommended by a professional grill manufacturer.

When buying a grill you will have a grill manual which usually has a list of cleaning supplies you can us to clean the grill , such as ordinary dish soap combined with water.

An idea of a DIY Grill cleaner is mixing white vinegar with water and spraying it over your grates or racks and leave it for around 10 minutes to work. Then , spray a folded square of aluminium foil with more vinegar mix and rub down the grates. Wipe them off and discard the foil. Vinegar is naturally nontoxic and so you do not need to rinse everything off.

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