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Tips To Clean That Barbecue Grill And Keeping It Clean

in Welcome to the Forum ! Wed Nov 15, 2017 8:09 am
by slimeseller • 359 Posts

One task I used to hate after having a great barbecue meal was having to face the cleaning up afterwards. There is no getting around the fact that it has to be done. But the way it is done is the key. It was only when I found out that there were better methods than ruining endless washing up sponges and permanently blackening everything the barbecue touched that my cleaning materials could be reused and the barbecue became properly clean.
When you have the knack then keeping a charcoal grill ready for grilling action is easy.
Allow the coals to die out completely, then you need to set about brushing the grill's grate with a stiff wire brush. Scrape any loose material from both the grill and the grates, then remove them. The next time you are ready to fire up your grill, first brush the grate once again and then you should coat it lightly using a thin film of oil. If you use this technique regularly you will find that the grate is always clean and ready to cook.
To prevent your grill from rusting you should not allow the ashes to collect in the bottom for days on end. They will impede the air flow and will be likely to collect moisture, hence the rusting. So make sure that you remove the ashes from the collector pan below the grill once they are cold. If you aren't lucky enough to have a grill with an ash catcher, such as a Weber One-Touch for example, it should be easy to scoop any ash from the bottom of the grill using a cup or a large spoon.
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