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In Reply to: Need help - Cleaning grill posted by Mike the Newbie on June 05, 2011 at 14:34:50:
I know I sound like a commercial for Greased Lightning, but try it. If it's as dirty as you say, spray the effected areas with a heavy coat and walk away for a period of time, up to 24 hours. Come back with a putty knife to work on the flat areas and those steel scouring pads for the grill grate and other hard to clean areas. It's not going to be an easy or clean job. After you get it cleaned up, spray down all the areas with some water. Then, let that dry and fire up the grill, getting it as hot as you can to burn out all of the residue from cleaning it. GL is not food safe, so the high heat finish is very important.
The product is relatively inexpensive, not caustic, and works well. And yes, they are my sponsor, but I've used it for years before we started working with them.
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