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Home Maintenance 101: Cleaning the Grill

clean-your-grill-1Grills are the outdoor counterparts of cast-iron skillets – the more they’re used the better they’ll cook the next time. Whenever you grill foods, its respective fats and juices will be vaporized and left in the grill, making it seasoned. This vapor creates that smoky flavor that savors the food every time.

To help you maintain your grill for the longest time possible, here are some pointers:

· Layers of smoke will accumulate on the cooking grid and you’ll soon notice the lid looking like a peeled off paint. Scrub this with some warm soapy water solution easily get rid of the excess black smoke.

· Burn and scrape any bits of food stuck on the grates. If you own a gas grill, turn the gas setting on high with the lid down. Then gently brush with a brass bristle.

· Bristle brushes are soft enough to bend but are strong enough not to break off like their steel brush counterparts.

· If you feel apprehensive using a brush, crumble an aluminum foil into a tennis ball size and use this to brush the grill.

Learn how you can maintain your grills here now.

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