Gas Grill Maintenance. Maintaining the Performance of Your High-End Gas Grill
If you have recently purchased or are thinking about purchasing a high-end gas grill you will want to know some things about simple maintenance for your outdoor appliance. You must remember that just because you spend a lot of money for it doesn't mean you don't have to clean it. You will need to get your hands a little dirty but if you use these tips you will add many years of life to your built-in or cart gas grill.
The easiest way to make your cleaning job less of a chore is by proper use of the appliance. You should refrain from pouring marinades or thick sauces onto your food because it will run down into the grill and clog the ports to your burners and gather in the bottom of the grill. This will cause uneven flames and drastically change the performance of the grill. You must realize most marinades are acidic enough to eat through stainless steel if left sitting long enough. Instead you can baste or sauce with a brush and achieve the same taste with less mess. It is important to clean your cooking grids after every use with a brass wire brush. The grill should be turned to the high setting for an addition 3-5 minutes after the food is removed. Once it reaches a high temperature use your wire brush to remove the food particles. This simple procedure added to your grilling routine will make your next grilling experience easier and quicker while keeping food particles from building up.
To deep clean your grill you should always wear protective eyewear and gloves. Remove the cooking grids, flavor grates and burners and place on an old news paper or protective ground cover. These need to be washed or brushed with a hard brush. Make sure the ports are all clear before returning to original position. It is important to return exactly the way they were. You should refer to the owner manual before taking anything out to make sure there aren't any issues with removing the interior parts of the grill. Do not remove any gas valves or regulators this should only be done by a qualified licensed gas technician. If you grill more than twice a week then you should deep clean your grill every six months. If you grill once a week or less than once a year will be sufficient. These procedures can add many years of use and enjoyment to your high-end gas grill investment. If you are unable to perform these services then seek the help of a local grill professional.
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