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How to Maintain a Gas Grill
Featured Pro: Eric Stromer Category: Home Improvement Time: 1:14
ERIC STROMER: Hey, I’m Eric Stromer. Here’s your GMC Trade Secret, presented by the GMC Sierra.
Anytime’s a great time for grilling, and there’s a lot more to grill maintenance than just cleaning off the surface of the grill. I’m going to take you down below the surface and do a thorough cleaning on this thing, basically a spring cleaning. Check it out.
Now, every grill’s a little different, but you want to disassemble the burners from the grill and clean them out with a wire brush. Once the grill is disassembled, place tape over any opening where gas enters the burners. Now you can clean out the grill of any charcoal and debris. A stiff wire brush is good for this purpose. Use warm water and a cleaning solution to clean out the interior of the grill. Make sure you don’t get any water in the gas lines.
Parts of the grill that come completely off can be soaked in warm, soapy water. Now clean the outside of the grill with warm, soapy water. Once everything has been thoroughly cleaned and dried, you can put the pieces back together.
There, now everything’s back together. All we have to do now is rub a little vegetable oil on the grill to prepare the surface, and we’re good to grill.