Whether you’re a novice griller or a BBQ pit master, keeping your grill clean is an important part of creating a good meal. Maintaining your gas grill after each use cuts down on the time to make your grill shine, but even if you haven’t cleaned your grill all season, a little effort will get it cooking like new again.
Cleaning the interior of your grill
Turn off the gas supply to the grill. You do not want to have dangerous gasses build up during the cleaning process that can lead to injury.
Locate the gas supply valve on the propane tank for LP grills and where the grill connects to the house for LNG supplied grills.
Turn the knob or lever clockwise to shut off the gas supply running into the grill.
Remember “righty-tighty, lefty-loosey” to close and open valves.
Remove the grates and scrub with a wire brush and soapy water.