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When should I clean my barbecue?The secret ? Regularity of maintenance. No dead end possible: clean the grills of your barbecue imperatively after EACH use, taking care to remove all traces of burnt fat. Carbonise the residue on the grates well and wait until the grates cool down a bit. When they're still a little warm, even lukewarm, it's a good time to roll up your sleeves and rub vigorously. Because yes, let's be honest, cleaning a barbecue well requires a little elbow grease.
Your barbecue grill must be properly cleaned after each meal!
How to effectively clean the grills of my barbecue?
Baking soda is the friend of charred grates!
How do I clean my electric or gas barbecue?With an electric or gas barbecue, the rule of cleaning after each use also applies! Again, be sure to heat the grates to melt the remaining fat. Then remove the burnt items and the solid grease that has fallen to the bottom of the cooking tray. Then attack the lava stones. Do not soak them in a bubble bath as they are porous. Instead, wash them with a paper towel to absorb any remaining grease, then rinse them quickly with a stream of water.
No jealous, electric or gas barbecues must also be pampered!
Maintain barbecue accessoriesWhat would your barbecue be without beautiful, clean and operational accessories? Not much. Just as you clean your grills after each use, do the same for your cooking accessories. Pliers, knives, spikes ... Don't forget anything. The simplest ? Soak all these little people in a bath of hot soapy water before rubbing with a metal sponge. Do not forget to clean the sleeves often victims of oily fingerprints. Dry your barbecue accessories well before storing them under cover.
The forceps get dirty instead of your fingers. They therefore deserve their little cleaning!
How to maintain my barbecue all year round?Give it the attention it deserves. After all, he is the one who drives your summer lunches and evenings! In winter, store your mobile barbecue under cover. In summer, if it stays outside, cover it with a cover between two uses. Also remember to remove the ashes, but only after 24 hours as they can still be active.
A protective cover helps protect your barbecue from bad weather.