It's barbecue season, which means you're firing the grill to alert some of your summer favorites. But after being stable throughout the winter season, it needs a good cleaning. So you take out your bristle brush and start scraping.
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Best Ways to Clean Your Grill
- Steam: Fill a regular, metal tin with water from your kitchen and boil it on the grill. Push the tin over the edge (using a mite!) And start scraping with a bristle brush. Dirt stops with the help of steam!
- Beer: Pour half a bottle of grease over the beer on a hot grill. Beer will break down oil and grease, and it will be perfect when cleaned with a bristle brush.
- Vinegar: Put regular, domestic vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray vinegar around the grill, then take a ball-up piece of aluminum foil and use it as a bristle brush to remove the grim.
- Onion: Cut an onion in half, pour it into the end of your grilling fork and rub it on all pieces of the grill, then scrub with a bristle brush. Enzymes from onions will help break down oil and grease.
And remember to be extra careful about loose brushed bristles left on the grill - a major safety hazard. According to a study published in the Journal of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 2016, barbecue brushes have visited an estimated 1,698 emergency rooms from 2002 to 2014. Experts suggest changing your brushes regularly, and inspecting grill gates and your food.