BBQ Grillware Instructions

Stefano Marrero

A barbecue not only can cook your meat to perfection, it can add a unique smokey flavor to fish, beef, chicken, pork and even vegetables. The portable BBQ Grillware by Lowe's provides a barbecue experience anywhere you have a flat surface. You can easily turn a park table into a gourmet cook-top. The BBQ Grillware portable table comes pre-assembled and the only thing you need to do is connect it to your gas regulator.

Connecting the BBQ Grillware to the gas

Make any flat surface a BBQ Grillware cooktop.
  1. Screw the provided gas regulator into the open end of the burner by hand until tight.

  2. Use the provided wrench to securely tighten the connection of the regulator to the BBQ Grillware unit.

  3. Turn the regular knob so that it is facing the front of the grill. Make sure the regulator is in the off position.

  4. Connect the propane gas cylinder by threading the cylinder into the regulator clockwise.

Lighting the BBQ Grillware

  1. Lift the hood of the BBQ grillware.

  2. Find the lighting access hole on right side of the BBQ Grillware.

  3. Insert the BBQ lighting match into the access hole.

  4. Push the gas regulator in with your hand and turn it counter-clockwise to the "lighting position." Your grill's burner should ignite.

Cooking with the BBQ Grillware

  1. Start the grill and close the lid. Allow the grill to warm up for at least 20-30 minutes.

  2. Turn the temperature knob to either High (450 Degrees), Med (400 Degrees) or Low (350 Degrees) depending on the type of meat or recipe.

  3. Turn the knob to the "Off" position and leave the grill cover open to cool when you are done cooking your meat.

Cleaning and storing your BBQ Grillware

  1. Wait at least 30 minutes so that the grill can completely cool down and mix a half a cup of the liquid dish soap with a gallon of lukewarm water in your bucket.

  2. Wipe the outside of the cover of the BBQ grillware with soapy water mixture and a towel.

  3. Slide out the bottom drip pan located under the front of the grill. Scrub the bottom drip pan with the metal brush, wipe it down and replace it.

  4. Wipe the inside of the grill with the soapy water. Scrub the inside food grate with your brush and wipe away all of the grease.

  5. Close the grill and remove the propane tank by twisting the tank counter clockwise. Store your BBQ Grillware in a cool place outdoors.