Summer is just around the corner here in Southern Maryland, and grilling season is underway!
But there’s one thing you need to do now: give your propane BBQ grill a thorough cleaning and inspection. That will help your propane grill operate correctly and safely.
We’ve put together an easy guide to help you clean your grill.
The first thing to do is give your grill a good inspection. Keep an eye out for signs of wear or rust. Insects often make themselves at home in the burner tubes, so inspect those well and clean them according to manufacturer’s instructions.
For regular maintenance cleaning, you’ll need rubber gloves, a bucket of hot and soapy water (dish soap is recommended), aluminum foil, paper towels, and a grill brush.
Clean your grill at least once a month. Make sure to clean it after a big cookout, as there may be more grease than usual in the grease trap.
Cleaning cleaning debris off the grates after each use, and keeping the grill covered when not in use, will help your grill stay cleaner and make cleaning it a much easier chore.
Are you ready to upgrade to a new propane BBQ grill? Come see all of the wonderful options at our Lexington Park showroom!
Written By: on June 8, 2020