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.
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.
Shelley Marie has been writing professionally since 2008 for online marketing and informational websites. Her areas of expertise include home, garden and health. She holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration and an associate degree in medical billing and insurance coding, both from Herzing University.
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