One of the (many) reasons propane grills are so popular is that they so low maintenance. No ash, no charcoal, no mess! Of course, they do require a little care, and keeping your grill clean will ensure great tasting food, reduce sticking, and prevent grease and food residue build-up.
It’s easy to keep your grill ready to go! A quick hit with a wire- or nylon-bristle brush is all it takes. Simply brush the grates clean while you’re preheating your grill, and then use a spatula or brush to scrape off clumps of food after you’re finished cooking. It’s also a good idea to empty the drip pan regularly and sweep crumbs and debris out of the cooking chamber as necessary.
Then, once or twice a year, give your propane grill a more thorough cleaning. Just plan to do it on a day you aren’t planning to grill, and make sure your grill is completely cool. It’s not hard to deep-clean your grill—here’s how:
First, gather your supplies. You’ll need a couple of big buckets, a wire-bristle brush or stiff nylon-bristle brush, nylon scrubbing pads, dishwashing soap, and some clean rags. Make a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle.
That’s it! Reassemble your grill, reconnect the propane cylinder if you use a portable tank, and let everything dry completely and you’ll be ready to grill.
You can make firing up the grill even easier by upgrading to a built-in grill . When your grill is connected to your home’s main propane supply, you never have to think about swapping out cylinders or realizing you’re tank is empty just as your guests start to arrive.
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