Gas grills are good investments for your kitchen appliances. If you have a quality gas grill, you will be able to use it for so many years. While there are some models that can be bought in lower prices, you should never sacrifice the quality to a cheap price. After all, it is an investment in your household. Hence, it is necessary to take good care of your gas grill for it to be used for a long time. Here’s how to clean and maintain your outdoor gas grill.
Step 1 – Clean the tubes and burner
Clean the tubes and burner but make sure that the propane tank is turned off. Carefully remove the briquettes and cooking grates and cooking grates then detach the burner and gas tubes. Using soapy and warm water, clean the tubes and wipe the burner clean with a damp cloth.
Step 2 – Wash the grill
Using aluminum foil, cover the gas valves in order to protect the connections from corrosion. Next, wash the grill’s interior with a long handled stiff wire grill brush and warm, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry with towel. Lastly, reattach the burners and gas tubes.
Step 3 – Clean the cooking grates
After burning off the grease, cool the grill and remove the brisquettes and cooking grates then scrub it with a long handled stiff wire grill brush. Replace it along with the brisquittes and towel dry.
Step 4 – Stock fuel levels
Replenish and check your propane accordingly. Recycle any corroding tanks then return it to a propane supplier for checking and evaluation.
While you can buy $500 gas grills in the market, it is still necessary to take good care of it to use it for a long time. Properly cleaning and maintain your gas grill will save you a lot of money.