Here are a few tips that could make the job easier for you:
- Start with the exterior. If you have an enamel grill, all you need is glass cleaner and paper towel. If you have a stainless steel one, a steel cleaner and polish would be great.
- Heat it up, then cool it down. Fire your grill up to its highest setting for about 15 minutes. This will burn off or loosen up any food that could have been stuck on the grill. Using a grill brush, scrape any food residue that may have loosened up off the grates. Once done, turn it off and disconnect it from the tank or turn off the gas line. Wait for it to cool off.
- Soak it, then scrub it. Remove all the grates and metal plates and submerge them in hot, soapy water. Clean each part thoroughly using Magic Stone grill cleaner, making sure that no residue is left. Rinse them up once cleaned and reassemble.
- Cover it up. Once the grill is shiny as new again, cover the grill up. As much as possible, get a vented cover so that all the moisture would be able to escape.
Cleaning the grill should be done at least once in a season, or more frequently if used constantly. Use cleaning tools like Magic Stone grill cleaner to make the job easier and more efficient, and to make sure that your grill is ready to use each and every time.