If you enjoy cooking on your grill outside during the summer months, you will need to clean it every once in a while. Outdoor gas grills can build up a lot of dirt that needs to be cleaned off, otherwise, you could contaminate your food or your grill could start to perform less than optimally. Appliances will become dirty over time as you use them, but outdoor grills are also exposed to the elements, so they will need extra cleaning.
In this video, you will learn how to effectively clean your grill from start to finish.
Before you begin cleaning your grill, you should first preheat it for fifteen minutes. This will loosen the dirt so that it will be easier to get off. When you’re ready to begin, make sure you turn off the gas. This is a safety precaution. A wet and soapy wire brush will be your best friend as you clean the metal grates in the grill. You can also use a cleaning foam specially formulated for grills. Now you can wipe the grate with a damp cloth. It is best practice to clean your grill after every use while it is still warm.