By Brooke Ressell
Food fresh off the grill always tastes amazing, which is why so many families enjoy cooking on the grill not only during the summer but all year long. From tailgating at a football game to hosting a backyard barbecue, grills are an incredibly versatile appliance that takes any meal to the next level.
But each time you cook on the grill, your grill will start to accumulate more and more food debris and carbon build-up. Fortunately, you can learn how to clean your grill quickly before your guests arrive—even if it’s a really big mess. Keep reading for a complete guide on how to clean every part of your gas, charcoal, or flat top grill.