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Grid Cleaner

BeastBeast Posts: 78
edited 4:35AM in EggHead Forum
I have two BGE Grids that are now in need of a goood cleaning can someone suggest a reccomended cleaning method that will actually get all that crud/build up off of them i have tried various things the last thing i tried was taking them to the car wash & using the high pressure blasting hose to try and clean them it did ok just not what i expected but it was fair thanks
Beast

Comments

  • Beast,[p]Sometimes I just crank the BGE up to 550
    + for 15-20 minutes and it does a great job, or place the grids and other greasy pieces in the dishwasher for a clean and after the cycle is over and the pieces are dry, what did not get washed off will come off with a light brush rub.

  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    Beast,[p]I believe it is the RRP method. Get a trash can lid from a home improvement store. Galvanized or rubbermaid.[p]Put it upside down, put grids in, spray with Dawn Power Dissolver or equivalent. Let soak, then rinse.[p]
  • BobSBobS Posts: 2,485
    Beast,
    Get yourself a Billy Bar cleaner and you will never have that problem again. Best cleaning tool I have ever seen. I had a stainless grill made from 3/8 stock and also had them make a BB copy for the larger size. It even lets you clean the bottom of the bar, from the top![p]BGE Also sells them with the BGE label on the handle.

    [ul][li]Billy Bar[/ul]
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