How to Maintain a Gas Grill
Anytime is a great time for grilling, but there's a lot more to gas grill maintenance than just cleaning the cooking surface. Learn what goes on inside your gas grill and how to properly maintain it with Eric Stromer's trade secret.
Step 1: Grillin’ is Thrillin’
Anytime is a great time for grilling, but there's a lot more to gas grill maintenance than just cleaning the cooking surface. First disassemble the burners and clean them with a wire brush.
Step 2: Tape It Up
Place tape over any openings where gas enters the burners, then clean the grill of any charcoal and debris with a stiff-wire brush and warm water and a cleaning solution to clean out the interior of the grill.
Step 3: Sparkling Clean
Place the disassembled parts in warm, soapy water and clean the outside of the grill with soapy water, too.
Step 4: Get Cookin’
After being thoroughly cleaned and dried, put the pieces back together, rub vegetable oil to prepare the surface, fire up the grill.
Items You'll Need
- wire brush
- cleaning solution
- vegetable oil