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Cleaning A BBQ Grill

Cleaning A BBQ Grill

When cleaning barbecues, safety comes first so use the right tools, supplies and PPE and be sure to handle chemicals properly.

Instructions

Always wear personal protective equipment when handling chemicals. Review the product labels and chemical SDS. When using a secondary bottle it must be properly labeled.

1

Be sure and put on your Personal Protective Equipment.

2

Gather all of the needed supplies.

3

Always read the label instructions on each bottle to ensure proper use.

4

Do not proceed if the grill is hot. Do not preheat.

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Fill your trough with water and add 32 ounces of Lightning Plus. This will be used to soak the grills and flavor grids.

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Scrape the grill using the putty knife making sure to remove as much debris as possible.

7

Spray the grills with foaming Fast Action.

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Place the grills into the grill trough.

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Repeat this process by moving on to the flavor grids. Scrape them with the putty knife making sure to remove as much debris and ash as possible.

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Spray the flavor grids with foaming Fast Action.

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Place the flavor grids into the grill trough. While everything is soaking, move on to the basin.

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Remove the burners one at a time and using the putty knife, scrape out as much debris and as h as possible.

13

Spray the inside of the basin with foaming Fast Action.

14

Use the stainless steel sponge or grill pad and scrub the entire inside of the kettle, basin and burners. Use a clean damp towel and gently wipe the inside of the kettle and basin, then replace burners.

15

Fill the 5-gallon pail about half way with clean rinse water. Soak a fresh towel in the pail. Now scrub and rinse the flavor grids and place them back into the BBQ. Repeat the process of scrubbing the grills by using the stain less steel sponge or grill brick. Rinse and place back into the BBQ.

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Turn the grill on for one minute then turn it off. Now with a clean wet towel, give the grills a final wipe.

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Locate the grease tray and carefully remove it making sure not to spill any debris.Place it above the trough, and use the putty knife to scrape away any debris. Next, wipe with a clean towel and return the grease tray to its original place.

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The outside of the BBQ should also be cleaned. Using a fresh towel, spray a light amount of Sta-Brite and apply moving in the direction of the grain.

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Never use any abrasive materials on the outside of the BBQ. However, this stainless steel sponge is very good to use when cleaning the grill.

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Carefully and deliberately place all debris that has accumulated into a trash receptacle.
Clean all of your tools to keep them in good condition and dispose the dirty water in an appropriate drain.

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