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How can I mantain my BBQ?

Here's some tips that can help you improve the lifespam of your grill:

1. Propane tank. Check the tank for any rust spots or dents. If the tank is damaged, it’s safest to get a new one. You should also check for any leaks in the gas line. This can be done by mixing a little dish soap in water, and then coating the hose and connection points with the solution using a spray bottle or basting brush. Turn the tank on; if you see bubbles form then you may need to tighten a connection or replace a part.

2. Burner ports. If the flames don’t appear to be evenly distributed, it’s probably because of a buildup of food and grease in the burner ports. When the grill is completely cool, run a pipe cleaner or wire brush through the burner ports. This will help ensure all of your food heats evenly.

3. Firebox. Scrape out the drip pan and spray down the interior of the grill with equal parts of white vinegar and water. Let the solution soak for an hour and then buff it down with a wire brush before wiping it clean with a damp cloth.

4. Grates: your grates are porcelain-coated, use a brush with brass bristles (If it is a cast-iron surface, use a stainless steel brush).
Do not use soap!!

5. Exterior. Keep the grill’s exterior sparkly by wiping it down with mild, soapy water or a stainless steel polish. Be sure to keep the grill covered when you’re not using it.