Print Instructions For How to Clean Your GrillGrates
When to clean your GrillGratesDEEP cleaning your Grill Grates is expected every 3-4 cooks. More often, if you're cooking higher dripping foods, or if using the plancha side a lot.
Cleaning your GrillGrates
- Before shutting off the grill, give those GrillGrates one nice final brushing to remove any stuck-on food or particulate.
- Shut off your grill and let the Grill and Grill Grates cool completely.
- Make sure Grill and GrillGrates are cool before starting the deep clean.
- Open the grill and using a grill brush, begin to clean the grill grates top side and bottom side. Be sure to get into the grooves.
- Brush off any food particles or bbq crumbs when done.
The focus on the GrillGrates is to remove stuck on debris
- Lightly scrape with the Ace's 6-1 Paint Tool or a light brush.
- Do NOT clean to a brand-new look, leave it well seasoned and focus on removing any buildup or large particles (bbq crumbs).
- Use the paint tool to get around the edges of the grates and into the channels. Caution: don’t scrape too hard or it may damage the GrillGrates.
- Push all crumbs into the bottom of the grill and clean the grill after deep cleaning the GrillGrates.
- Using a rag or bunched up shop towels, wipe the inside of the kettle down and push all debris into the ash catcher.
- Using the QSwipers give the GrillGrates one final scrub on each side to remove and oil or residue that may remain.
- Avoid using any soaps, oven cleaners or grease cleaners.