Clean Your Gas Grill After Each Use
1. Turn the grill to “HIGH” and leave it on for 10-15 minutes with the lid closed. Use hot soapy water and a brush to clean the cooking grates, and then rinse with clean water and wipe dry.
IMPORTANT: For stainless steel cooking grates, use a brass wire brush. DO NOT use scrapers or brushes of other metals.
IMPORTANT: For porcelain-coated cooking grates, use a non-metallic scrub brush.
2. Turn the LP gas tank valve to the “OFF” position, and then turn all burner control valves to the “OFF” position. (This sequence prevents residual gas from being left in the system under pressure.)
3. While the lid is still warm, wipe the inside surface clean using a wet, soapy, soft rag to remove grease. Rinse clean with water.
4. When the cooking grates have cooled completely, remove them to brush off the flame tamers. Rinse clean with water.
IMPORTANT: For stainless steel flame tamers, use a brass wire brush. DO NOT use scrapers or brushes of other metals.
IMPORTANT: For porcelain-coated flame tamers, use a non-metallic scrub brush.
5. Remove the grease cup from the front inside of the cart. Use hot, soapy water and a non-metallic scrub brush or soft rag to wipe it down. Rinse clean with water.
6. Return the grease cup, flame tamers, and cooking grates to the grill and, when dry, cover with a grill cover.