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Cleaning Your Weber Grill

Oakland Ace Hardware – Grill Cleaning and Repair

Let our experienced team complete your grill cleaning and repair. We use premium food safe grease cutters and scrubbing attachments to remove grease buildup on grates, flavorizer bars, and burners.  We use a putty knife to scrape grease build up in the cook box into the drip tray and dispose of the grease waste. The exterior of the grill is wiped down, focusing on stubborn stains and spots, giving your grill a fresh look. Finally, a diagnostic test is run to evaluate the health of major grill components and recommend any necessary servicing. This not only brings life back into your grill, but reduces the need for service or replacement in the future!

Why should I clean my gas grill?

Cleaning your grill not only extends the life of the components, but it performs better while cooking. Clogged burners caked with grease and grime prevent gas from flowing freely to heat the bar and grates above. Cleaning your grill prevents unwanted corrossion from degrading your outdoor kitchen and makes for a more appealling backyard appliance.



How to clean your gas grill:

  1. When the grill is cool, brush or scrape off built-up carbon on the underside of the lid. Then,
    brush the cooking grates to remove leftover debris from your last grilling session.
  2. Brush or scrape the Flavorizer Bars® (A) until they are free of debris. Spray food safe grease cutter on the bars and grates and use a scotch brite pad to scrub grease, grime and other debris off of the surface. This step is essential to bringing your grill back to life.
  3. Using a clean brush, clear the burner tube ports (B) of rust and debris by brushing across them,
    not down the length of the burner. Clean burners 1-2 times a year.
  4. Use a scraper to chip away any built-up debris along the sides and bottom of the cookbox. Push
    all the debris into the slide-out grease tray.
  5. Scrape any debris in the slide-out grease tray into the drip pan. Replace the drip pan after
    wiping out the catch pan. Periodically check and clean the grease tray before grilling.
  6. Be sure to inspect all hoses for cracks or abrasions, and leak check all gas connections,
    including LP tanks, using a soapy water solution. To leak check, dab a mixture of dish soap and
    water on all connections. With the control knobs off, turn on the gas. If bubbles form, there is a



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