Here is a simple and inexpensive maintenance plan that can be used to keep your gas grills in tip-top shape.
- Clean grill every time your cook.
- Burn off excess food by leaving the burner on for 10 – 15 minutes after use with the lid close.
- Brush the grates with a stiff wire grill brush, while the grates are still warm.
- Inspect your grill hoses often for crack, holes, brittleness or damage.
— Char-Broil (@Charbroil) August 21, 2015
It’s just that easy! Maintaining your natural gas grill is very important for optimal cooking performance, better tasting food and to extend the life of your grill.