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Re: Need help - Cleaning grill

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Posted by DanD on June 05, 2011 at 14:46:28:

In Reply to: Need help - Cleaning grill posted by Mike the Newbie on June 05, 2011 at 14:34:50:

Depends on what kind of build up it is?

If it is sort of greasy gunk, I like turning my grill on high and just burning off all the crud. This can take a half hour or more sometimes. It is kind of like running a self cleaning oven. Once you run on high for a while, all the crud will become dry and crusty and then a nice wire brush will take care of it.

From there, you just have to decide what else needs to be done. I had a weber gasser that I would completely disassemble every two years or so and replace whatever parts were worn out/rusted, corroded etc.

Good Luck,

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