When springtime arrives, many of us are eager to pull out our grills and begin grilling. The last thing you want to see is ugly remains from last season’s grilling adventures. You need to clean your grill for health reasons and to improve the quality of your grilled masterpieces. Below you can learn the best ways to clean your grill and keep it in top working condition.
Before your first grilling of the season, you should inspect your grill for damage, rust or holes. Also make sure the gas lines aren’t pinched or twisted. If you are using a charcoal grill, you should vacuum or sweep pout any debris before doing any liquid cleaning.