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Ways To Clean Your Barbecues in the Springtime

When the weather becomes warmer, it’s time to get the barbeque from its storage unit and prepare for the next summer.
Tips for getting your grill ready for usage are provided below.

  1.  Remove any grills and clean the ash tray with a soft brush from charcoal barbecues. For best results, use Bar-Be-Quick Barbecue and Oven Cleaner to thoroughly clean the grill.
  2.  In order to clean lava rocks or ceramic coals from your gas barbeque, fill a bucket halfway with warm soapy water. You should now be able to easily clean around the burners and bars. Do not interfere with any gas-carrying components that you are unsure about and be sure to put everything back in its rightful place after you are through cleaning the device. After soaking in fresh water, scrub the wet Lava Rocks/coals in the bucket. If they start to become dirty, you may need to replace them.
  3.  After the cleaner has had time to work, rinse your grill with warm soapy water. Some burned food may need some additional effort, but our BBQ Grill Brush will make quick work of the job.
  4.  Use cold water to thoroughly clean the grill and ash pan. If the grill was left outside during the winter, it may need to be replaced. Replacement grills may be purchased from your barbeque distributors.
  5.  After your next cookout, wash the grill while it is still heated to loosen the gunk and make it simpler to remove.
  6.  There are alternative possibilities if you’re still having fun and don’t want to or just forget. Place a newspaper soaked in hot water over your filthy grill or bowl and allow for 30 minutes or so to soften grime. If it works, you should be able to gently wipe away the gunk once it soaks in. If you have a gas grill, you can just warm it up before cleaning, but if you have a charcoal grill, you may need to refuel it.

Our Barbecue Cleaner, on the other hand, is a cinch to use!