An AOG grill is an investment in your outdoor cooking experience. To ensure that your grill remains in top condition and delivers the best possible cooking results, it's essential to clean it regularly. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the steps on how to clean your AOG grill and keep it looking and functioning like new.
Mild dish soap
Sponge or cloth
Step 1: Preheat the Grill
Before cleaning your AOG grill, preheat it on high for around 15-20 minutes. This will help to loosen any stubborn grease or debris.
Step 2: Clean the Grates
While the grill is preheating, use a grill brush to scrape any excess debris or burnt residue from the grates. Once the grill is preheated, use the grill brush to clean the grates thoroughly, working in a back-and-forth motion.
Step 3: Remove the Burners
Next, remove the burners from the grill and use a soft-bristled brush to clean them. If necessary, use mild dish soap and warm water to help remove any built-up grease or debris.
Step 4: Clean the Interior of the Grill
Using a sponge or cloth, clean the interior of the grill with mild dish soap and warm water. Be sure to clean any grease or debris that may have accumulated on the sides and bottom of the grill. Once finished, rinse the interior of the grill thoroughly with water.
Step 5: Clean the Exterior of the Grill
Clean the exterior of the grill using mild dish soap and warm water. Use a soft-bristled brush to clean any hard-to-reach areas, such as around the control knobs or other crevices.
Step 6: Reassemble the Grill
Once everything is clean and dry, reassemble the grill, including the burners and grates.
Step 7: Store the Grill
If you are storing your AOG grill for an extended period, be sure to cover it with a waterproof cover to protect it from the elements.
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