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Grill cleaning

12 items total
Grill brush 30 cm, Rösle
Grill brush 30 cm, Rösle
In stock (2 pcs)
15 €
ROS25234
Grill brush 34 cm, brass, Outdoorchef
23 €
ODCH1442126
Grill brush 43 cm, brass, Outdoorchef
40 €
ODCH1442124
Grill brush 43 cm, Rösle
Grill brush 43 cm, Rösle
In stock (1 pcs)
17 €
ROS25168
Grill brush, Outdoorchef
Grill brush, Outdoorchef
In stock (1 pcs)
18 €
ODCH1442127
Grill cleaning spray 750 ml, LotusGrill
16,49 € –26 %
12,10 €
LTLR750
Grill cleaning spray BARBECUE CLEANER, Outdoorchef ODCH1821255
Grill scraper SCARPX 15 cm, brass and polypropylen, Rösle ROS25393
Scraper for cast iron 12 cm, stainless steel, Petromax PET701584
Scraper for cast iron 20 cm, stainless steel, Petromax PET790182
Scraper for cast iron, plastic, with grooves, Petromax PET790212

Grill cleaning – enhance the flavour and prolong your grill's lifespan

Why cleaning your grill is important?

Grilling is a great way to prepare healthy and delicious meals for friends and family. However, after the grilling is done, it's important to clean your grill appropriately to keep it in good condition and avoid any buildup of bacteria or contaminants.

To make grill cleaning quick and simple, we have gathered a variety of grill cleaning essentials from reputable companies like Outdoorchef or Petromax. These tools are built with different materials, including stainless steel and brass, and they serve many roles.

What are the steps in cleaning a grill effectively?

Cleaning your grill regularly is crucial to keeping it in good condition and extending its lifespan. The steps to properly clean your grill are as follows:

  • Warm up the grill: To burn off any fat and leftover food, turn on the grill, whether it's a gas or wood grill, and let it heat up for around 15-20 minutes.
  • Switch off the grill and let it cool: Before cleaning, turn off the grill and allow it to cool fully.
  • Get rid of the grates: Cooking grates should be removed and kept away.
  • Brush the grates: Clean any debris, grease, or burned food from the grates with a grill brush or scraper. Before cleaning the grates, you can let them sit in warm, soapy water for a little while.
  • Clean the burners: Take the burners out and use a grill brush or scraper to clean them and get rid of any dirt or rust.
  • Clean the inside of the grill: If you are using a charcoal grill, you can use a cloth or brush to clean the interior, including the walls, bottom, and lid. For a more thorough clean, you may also use warm, soapy water.
  • Empty the grease tray by removing it and removing any grease or debris within.
  • Reassemble the grill when everything has been thoroughly cleaned and dried.
  • Storing the grill: When not in use, cover the grill and keep it in a dry, cool location.

Cleaning your grill regularly will prolong its life and enhance the flavour and quality of your meals. To get a thorough clean each time, be sure to follow these instructions.