- Ideally, you should try to clean your barbeque as soon as possible, when it is still warm.
- A pressure washer is a handy tool to blast the interior of your BBQ with.
- Remove burnt-on ash with a pumice stone or oven scraper.
The grime on the inside should have loosened and now you can set about removing it:
Do not expect the area where the coals sit to get perfectly clean – some permanent damage will always develop here. Just make sure it is free of any obvious removable waste material.
Use biocides safely. Always read the label and product information before use.
Any guide on how to clean a BBQ would not be complete without reference to cleaning the outside. This is pretty easy to deal with:
With these tips and techniques you’re now all ready for BBQ season, weather permitting! For more tips on how to clean a BBQ grill, click here.