1. Start Cooling It DownGive it time to cool by waiting a minute or so. While a little heat can help clean a little, you want to make sure you don't hurt yourself in any way.
2. Soak Your Tough to Clean ItemsOnce it cools down, you can get started on the grill. Remove the grates and plates while wearing gloves and soak them in hot water. After waiting about 8 minutes, lean the soaked grates and plates against the wall, scrub them, then rinse them down with a hose.
3. Get Working With Your Grill BrushWhile things are soaking, it's a great time to get scrubbing. Use the grill brush to scrubbing all the inside elements. In addition, it's a great idea to loosen cover heating elements with foil while you scrub the hood.
What Else Do You Need To Do?In addition it's important to remember the following:
- Put all grates, plates, and other elements back in their place
- If your propane gas grill has a cabinet, sweep it out to get leaves and debris
- Use stainless still cleaning wipes or a cotton cloth with soap water to wipe down the exterior of your grill