How Do You Clean a Gas Grill?


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Clean a gas grill with a wire brush, a grill stone, a mild dishwashing solution, a sponge, a scouring pad and a cloth. Begin with the grill's interior, then clean the exterior of the grill to maintain its appearance.

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  1. Brush debris from the grill interior

    Turn off the gas, and remove the cooking grates to access the grill's interior. Using a dry wire brush, carefully brush debris from the flame tamers. The flame tamers are the tented shields that cover the burners. Then, remove the flame tamers to reveal the burners, and carefully brush away any grease or residue around the ports with a wire brush.

  2. Clean the cooking grates

    Replace the cooking grates, and verify that the burners are off. Use a grill stone to clean any residue from the grates. Grill stones do not require water in order to clean and remove any leftover residue.

  3. Clean the exterior

    Remove grease and grime from the grill's exterior with a warm, soapy solution of water and a mild dishwashing liquid. For general cleaning, use a cloth or sponge on the grill's surface. Remove baked-on residue using a mildly abrasive scouring pad. Rinse the surface areas of the grill thoroughly with clean water, and dry with a soft cloth.

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