Trying to keep your grill as clean as possible while using it? There are times where the buildup from using it so many times becomes more than you can handle? This is the moment to use a professional Grill Cleaning that know how to get the deep grime and grit removed without damaging your grill.

A bit of maintenance with every use, will go a long way and keep you grilling like a pro - every time.
The first time you use your grill

When you purchase a new grill, you should wipe it down inside and outside using a damp cloth, before barbecuing for the first time.

Everyday cleaning

After every time you have used your grill, you should brush off the cooking grate, while it is still hot. If you do this, you only need to spend 10-15 seconds. It will take a lot longer to get the same result, when the grill is cold. It will also be harder on the brush if you wait.

Cooking grate care

Always grease the cooking grate before and after barbecuing to prevent food from sticking. Never use olive oil. Use a neutral cooking oil and apply it using a piece of paper towel and barbecue tongs.

Clean the lower interior and burners

Whether you have a charcoal or gas grill, you should regularly scrape all the grease out of the bottom of the grill, as this helps prevent flare-ups. If you have a gas grill, remember to clean the burners by running a grill brush over them, to prevent the jets getting blocked. It is important to use a grill brush dedicated to this purpose! If you use the same brush you use to clean the cooking grate, grease and food residue will be deposited in the jets.

Stainless steel

If you have a grill with a stainless steel lid, doors or work surfaces, it is a good idea to clean them using a grill cleaner designed for this material. Note! Remember that it should not be used on stainless steel grates.

Inspect the gas hose

If you own a gas grill, it is important to regularly inspect the gas hose for leaks or damage. Gas leaks can be dangerous. Look for cracks on the hose, and contact your closers dealer to replace it, if you find even the smallest surface crack. If you are not sure whether it is leaking, you can do a test using soapy water. Apply soapy water to the hose, one section at a time. If bubbles appear, it must be replaced. Also see test procedure in your user manual.

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