4 effortless ways to clean your BBQ grill

Nice and sunny weather is the perfect opportunity to make a good barbecue. If you enjoy barbecuing but hate to clean the grill after grilling, we bring you 4 easy ways to effortlessly clean your grill.

Baking soda

Make a paste of a quarter cup of baking soda and a quarter cup of water. Apply the mixture to clean the wire grill and leave for 15 minutes. Then wipe the grill with a dry cloth and place the grill over a hot coal for at least 15 minutes to burn out the possible remains of a paste or dirt.

Garbage bags

Spray onto the grill cleaning sprays or ordinary vinegar (some swear that this is the best solution, and there are no harmful chemicals). Place the grid in the trash bag and close it tightly. Leave overnight. The next day open the bag (of course, do not immediately stick your nose in there, because it will get “slapped” with the smell and evaporation). All dirt from the grill it should have loosen and you only want to rinse it.

Coffee

Coffee has long been known as a good cleaner in the fight against grease. This process is simple, if you do not regret paying a little bit of your favorite beverage. You need to do the following: Boil a large pot of coffee, pour it in a container in which you previously put dirty grill grids. Soak them in a coffee an hour. Afterwards, gently scrub and wash with water.

Onion

Old BBQ trick is that the heated grids cleans harbor. Peel it, cut it in half and with your hands or stick it on a fork, and rub over the grid. There is no smell of chemicals and the process is rather fast.

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