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    Cleaning Smokers and Grills

    With all this time at home and not a lot to do, I thought it might be a good time to really give my smoker and grills a deep clean. Any recommendations on products and technique? I imagine there may be different approaches to different components (i.e. removable racks, flame shields, etc. vs inner and outer walls, fire boxes).

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    What do you have in your arsenal?

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      CampChef Woodwind Pellet Smoker w/ Sear Box and Char-Griller Akorn

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    https://amazingribs.com/more-techniq...-your-grill-or

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      #4
      Has anyone used steam cleaners on their grills? I have a Saber gas grill, I'd like to clean up the grates, they are pretty rough looking.

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        https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...cleaner-review

        The Grilltastic is a wire brush with a steamer attached. If you have both separately you should be able to work it out.

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          #6
          Lots of elbow grease.

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            #7
            For the grates get your grill hot and dip a wire brush on water or run it under the faucet. Then steam-scrub your grate. It will dramatically clean up the grates. A metal paint scraper will help with the internal grill surfaces.

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              #8
              I have a Weber Performer and all that I do is hit the insides with a power washer and buy new grates every spring. I scrub the grates after every cook with some type of grate cleaner and aluminum foil but that's it.

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                #9
                Occasionally when it looks like rain I will toss mine out and let them set in the grass over night.
                Finish them off with soap and water and it will amaze you how clean they will get.

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                  #10
                  Have a beer and pay somebody else to do it!

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