Just because you bought stainless steel barbecue grill that doesn’t mean that it won’t stain, lose color or even rust. You have to be using some prevention or cleaners after every use of the grill. Every time you use the barbecue grill, there will be a formation of char hence you have to remove rust from barbecue in order to keep a shiny and better product to be used for the next time. Firstly, you have to get a good grill cover that protects it from humidity, dust and dirt. The cover will keep the barbecue elements remain clean and tidy.
During the routine maintenance, you have to brush the grills and other elements of the barbecue. There is stainless steel treatment available in many service centers. You can avail them only when there is severe formation of rust on your barbecue grill. Otherwise, you can get stainless steel rust removers in the market place. It is truly understandable that it is very difficult to dismantle every part of the barbecue grill and clean it. It is definitely a time consuming job. Also a dump of charcoal and ash is a headache.
In order to make your job simple and easy you can go for the semiannual stainless steel cleaning. You can soak the grates, scrub the grills and cues with hot soapy water and cook them for 10 to 15 minutes in order to get rid of bacteria’s and other dirt off the barbecue. After cleaning the barbecue, you have to polish them to give a new look. You can make use of the baking soda for the same. Sprinkle away the baking soda with a small amount of water for a few minutes and later wipe it with a sponge.
You can also clean stainless steel barbecue with the chemicals. But, it is not advisable. Chemicals cannot be removed from the grill easily and it may spoil your food as well. Hence it is better to go in a natural way and clean the barbecue grill with the hot soapy water.