Easy Way to Clean Grill Parts
Summer is such a wonderful time, with backyard BBQ’s and family gatherings.
With all that wonderful grilling, comes the not so much fun task of cleaning the grill.
Someone needs to do it, because a dirty grill can become a fire hazard really fast.
Cleaning grill parts doesn’t have to be a back breaking experience though. And it can be done without burning up all of your expensive fuel.
Here is a great tip from grandma on how to clean grill parts the easy way.
Pour 1 cup ammonia in a thick garbage bag, place your BBQ grates inside the bag and seal tightly. I used a rubber band to seal my garbage bag. It is important you seal the bag tightly. It is the fumes from the ammonia that loosens all the gunk on your grates. If you do not seal your garbage bag tightly the fumes will escape and your grill will be difficult to clean. It was a very sunny day today and I had a hard time getting a good picture with my white trash bag on the concrete. So I set my bag on the grass to get a good clear picture. Because ammonia is a toxic substance to animals, grass and plants I made sure the bag was sealed tight enough that no ammonia would leak out and cause any harm to the surrounding environment.
Be careful to turn your face away when you open your garbage bag the next day. The fumes will be strong and can make your eyes burn. Remove your grills from the bag, scrub them lightly if needed and rinse them off until the clean.
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