HOW TO CLEAN A PELLET GRILL
What You Need
If you have a pellet grill, you know they're designed to practically run themselves - except when it comes time to deep clean. You'll know the time has come when you can't get your grill to light because so much ash has accumulated.
Most of the time, your standard soapy water just isn't strong enough to properly clean a grill. Caustic chemicals are also a big no-no, as they can leave behind residue that can end up on your food.
Simple Green Heavy-Duty BBQ & Grill Cleaner's formula removes baked-on grease, food, and carbon deposits from your grill and grill grates. The powerful cleaner can be used on porcelain-coated, stainless steel, cast iron, and other grill rack materials. It's clean-rinsing, so you can use it to deep clean both the interior and exterior of your grill without worrying about caustic chemical residue.
The best way to clean a pellet grill is to do so after every bag of pellets or roughly every 50 hours of cooking.
Unplug your grill and make sure it's had plenty of time to cool down after cooking before you begin cleaning the inside of your pellet grill.
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