Hi Dave, I've had good results with this recipe! https://www.vitacost.com/blog/diy-natural-grill-cleaner/
This site should help!
Here you go!
Funny, I just did this task between yesterday afternoon and this morning. Also having the propane tanks topped off as well. And stocked up on charcoal and avocado wood. We grill year round here and this week back into the low 100's . . .
This is what we do...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmIQVDvkvZs We only use dish soap and water, no other chemicals and we always check the grills for any of the little wires from the brush that may have come loose. You don't want them in your food.
Clean the grill grates right after cooking and while they are still very warm with a wad of aluminum foil. Then place a tin can of hot water on the grill grate and close the lid for about 30 min, the steam will loosen the splatter on the inner surfaces of the grill, wipe them down with rags that are wet with dawn dishsoap. Rinse with plain water and then dry the insides.
Get one of those stainless steel scrub brushes like this one: https://amzn.to/3nP6p1h
Use a Wire Brush! when it is cold.
it's so simple. Put regular, household vinegar into a spray bottle. Spray vinegar all over the grill, then take a balled up piece of aluminum foil and use that as a bristle brush to scrape the grime right off.
This will help you clean it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egN1wdYVtSo
I use a metal grill brush
Heat up the grill which will loosen the grease and debris and rub it with a wire brush.
Hi Dave: First of all, don't use a wire brush. I've heard that it's possible for some of the metal fragments can get stuck on the grate, get into the food and then ingested. I have also heard that you can clean the grates by leaving them out on the grass overnight and then scrub in the morning. What I use for getting stuck on grease and grime from items is to use a paste of vinegar and cream of tartar (the dry stuff). Make a paste about as thick as peanut butter (you only need a few drops of vinegar to start with) and put it on the gunk. Let it sit for about 15 or 20 seconds and then scrape off with a plastic putty knife or one of those plastic scrubbies. You may have to do it a couple of times if the gunk is thick, but usually not. That should do it. Good luck
I'm doing that this week and I purchased an oven cleaner, it worked with my other grill
I use a Dollar Store degreaser. Spray down and let sit for a few minutes, then wipe away.