- Make sure the grill is off! Turn off & disconnect the propane tank
- Remove the grates & metal plates beneath them & soak them in a bucket of hot water mixed with dish soap
- Cover the heating elements loosely with foil. Using a grill brush scrub the underside of the hood.
- Continue to scrub the inside walls above the elements. Wipe the walls down with a damp paper towel.
- Remove the drip pan and empty its contents into a trash can. Add the pan to the bucket to soak.
- Remove the grates and drip pan from the bucket and scrub clean. Spray with a hose to rinse.
- Throw out the foil and swipe the heating elements with the grill brush. Replace the metal plates, the grates, and the drip pan. Reconnect the propane.
- Sweep out any leaves or debris that may have gotten stuck in your grill cabinet using a broom.
- Clean the exterior of the grill and the inside of the cabinet with a few stainless-steel wipes. Porcelain-coated, cast-iron, or ceramic grills can be cleaned with a cotton cloth dampened with soapy water and followed with a dry cloth.
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