- Turn off the grill and allow it to cool.
- Remove the grates and place them on a flat surface covered with newspaper. Spray both sides of the grates thoroughly with oven cleaner.
- Place the grill grates in a plastic bag and twist up the top. Discard the newspapers. Allow the grates to sit for one hour.
- Open the bag and remove the grates. Avoid inhaling the fumes when you open the bag.
- Rinse the grates in the sink with warm water.
- Wash the grates with a sponge and 1 tsp. dish detergent.
- Rinse the grates thoroughly with warm water and dry them with a towel.
- Set the grates into place on the grill.
How to Clean Grill Grates With Oven Cleaner
Grill grates accumulate food and grease from cooking, causing a layer of burned-on residue. In addition to being unhealthy, this burned-on residue can negatively affect the flavor and appearance of your food. While you can clean grill grates using high heat and a stiff brush, using oven cleaner can remove the toughest grease and residue. With a few tools, you can restore the original appearance of your grill grates and improve the taste of your food.
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