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Old 07-31-2011, 09:22 AM   #29
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Not sure about using all those chemicals on the grill that you are cooking on. High heat and a little scrubbing works for me.
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Old 07-31-2011, 12:45 PM   #30
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Ahhhhhh, I misunderstood, I thought Cleaning your Grill was ghetto talk for brushing your teeth. SORRY !
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I have been successful with using wet paper towels on my Weber charcoal grill and my Coleman road trip grills. With grills hot after the meal, I wipe the grills with the wet towel and most stuff is cleaned off for the next use.

Be sure to keep the towel between your fingers and the grill, however............
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Old 08-10-2011, 08:28 AM   #32
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My wife always insists on lining the grille with aluminum foil before using it. That reduces the mess a LOT. She won't let me store it without a good cleaning first. I'm glad she agreed to marry me. I married up.
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The last grill I had, I just wiped off the inside of the glass and the outside of the grill with a moist paper towel, then cranked up the gas and closed the lid for a while. I then let the grill cool a bit, open the lid, and took a brush to the grate. Every so often, I took out the "innards" and brushed any accumulated ash out of the bottom. Actual time spent cleaning after each use (not including the time spent running it with gas on full blast) was maybe 10 minutes. The times I pulled out the innards to clean the bottom added another 15 minutes but that was only once in every ten or fifteen uses.
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