If you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of a grease fire on your grill, you know how important it is to clean it properly afterwards.
In this blog post, we’ll show you the best way to clean your gas grill after a grease fire and get it back in working order. So read on for tips on how to clean a gas grill after a grease fire!
Ways to Clean A Gas Grill After a Grease Fire:
1. If the fire was small and localised, start by using a putty knife or other flat implement to scrape off any charred debris from the grates.
2. For larger fires, or those that have caused charring on the inside of the grill, it’s best to use a wire brush to remove all of the debris. Be sure to wear gloves while doing this to protect your hands.
3. Once you’ve removed all of the visible debris, it’s time to clean the inside of the grill. The best way to do this is to mix a solution of warm water and dish soap and use a sponge or cloth to wipe down the entire interior surface. Be sure to rinse away all of the soap before continuing.
4. Next, use a grill brush to scrub the grates clean. If they’re still looking a bit stained, you can try soaking them in a solution of vinegar and water for a few minutes before scrubbing.
5. Finally, give your grill a good rinse with clean water to remove any lingering debris or cleaning solutions. Once it’s dry, your grill is ready to use! And let’s be honest if your gas grill is under $1000, it makes no sense to just buy another one.
We hope these tips on how to clean a gas grill after a grease fire are helpful. Remember, always use caution when dealing with fires, and be sure to contact a professional if the fire is large or uncontrolled. For more information on grill safety, check out our other blog posts. Thanks for reading!