Your Grill is an Appliance too! Whether it be portable or built-in, buying a grill is an investment. The more you prevent it from Mother Nature’s everyday wear and tear, the longer the life of your outdoor kitchen.
- Your grill should be cleaned after every use to remove any excess food debris that can accumulate on the grates as well as below them.
- Grills should also be covered at all times when it is not in use. This will help keep moisture out and prevent it from rusting.
- If you are not a year-round Grill Master, it is also a good idea to move your grill into either a storage shed or garage during the off-season months.