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Tips to Clean Your Gas Grill (sourced - various websites)
To keep your gas grill in working order, and maintain your investment, you're going to have to spend a little time maintaining it.
1. It’s good practice to burn off any food residue left on your grill by turning all your burners to high for 15 minutes before grilling. As your grill heats up, all food remnants will transform into ash. From there, you can easily brush them off using a stainless steel bristle brush.
2. After 10 uses during the season, completely clean the grates, the burner covers and the cook box. To do this - wait until your grill has cooled completely and then remove the cooking grates and burner covers. Grab a stainless steel grill brush and brush all extra grease and debris from all three parts of the grill.
3. Cover your grill as soon as it has cooled down. It's a myth that a grill cover causes rusting.
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