When you find the gas grill that makes cooking out a breeze, you want to ensure that it lasts for years of bar-b-ques. How you use and maintain your grill goes a long way to keep it in optimum working shape. With just a little care and maintenance, you can protect and ensure the safety of your cooking investment. Stick to this maintenance schedule that will make caring for your gas grill simple.

Cleaning And Care Every Use

Proper care of your gas grill begins with a routine that remains consistent with its every use. Before you cook on your grill, preheat it thoroughly to clean and disinfect the cooking surfaces. Brushing the hot cooking surfaces will help to dislodge any stubborn residue. After you have cooked your meal and removed the food, turn the heat up to high to burn off any drippings and grease, then cover your grill as soon as it cools down. 

Cleaning And Maintenance Every 15 Cookouts

After 10-15 uses, your gas grill needs to be thoroughly cleaned and adequately checked to ensure all parts are working correctly. Begin by removing all cooking surfaces and grates and cleaning them on both sides. This is an excellent time to give attention to all of the barriers and burners below the grate by cleaning and removing debris. 

Look over connections, switches, and other parts of the grill to ensure everything is in working order. Check the grease drip pan and clean or replace as needed, then put everything back together. It’s a good idea to fire up the grill for a few minutes to ensure everything is working correctly.

Annual or Seasonal Maintenance

Depending on how you use your gas grill, you will need to devote time to an annual or seasonal maintenance session. During this time, remove all cooking surfaces and barriers and soak them in hot, soapy water. Use grill brushes to clean the interior of the grill removing debris and residue. 

While your grill is emptied, fire it up long enough to observe the flames coming from the burners. Uneven flames signal that burners need attention and possibly cleaned of debris. Once you have replaced all of the grill parts securely back into position, close the grill lid and wash its exterior features recommended by the manufacturer. 

Longevity Begins With Quality

As with any cooking equipment, a gas grill’s longevity begins with quality manufacturing. Choose your gas grill from a reputable and reliable company that guarantees its products’ quality to ensure your investment is satisfactory.