How To Clean Your Outdoor Propane Grill

How to Clean Your Outdoor Propane Grill

Posted: August 3, 2020

If you’re like many people in the Delaware Valley, you have opted for a staycation this summer, staying safe at home with your family and enjoying outdoor living in your own backyard.

Of course, cooking out on your propane grill plays a big role in that. For safety sake, you should always do a deep cleaning of your grill at least once a year—or more if your grill has been working overtime. This will keep it running properly and safely. (About half of the injuries involving grills are thermal burns that could have been avoided.) Of course, you should also use a grill brush to scrape off any food residue every time after you finish cooking. This will avoid flare-ups.

As you’re cleaning your grill, don’t forget to make sure your propane cylinder has enough propane. It’s always a good idea to have a back-up cylinder on hand in case you do run out.

Deep cleaning your propane grill

You don’t need any high-tech tools to do a thorough job of cleaning a propane grill from top to bottom. All you need are some basics: rubber gloves, aluminum foil, a grill brush, and a large bucket of hot and soapy water. Dish soap is recommended.

Safety tips for your propane grill

Transporting your propane cylinder safely

Please visit this page to read more information and tips on overall propane safety.