Posted on February 10, 2016
It was a sad day indeed come late fall on that fateful day when you put away your grill for the winter. But wait, this year was just a little different. For fans of the Denver Broncos, a trip to the Super Bowl meant dragging out that gas grill and putting it to use to throw the most EPIC Super Bowl grilling party west of the Mississippi river. Well, now that the big day has come and gone, you have come to the realization that it is still the middle of winter and you really should yet again store your Alfresco or Weber grill for the remainder of the season. In fact, many Bronco fans are considering storing their gas grills until spring.
And because we are helpful people, we are going to give you some tips on storing your BBQ grills.
You should start by cleaning your grill as thoroughly as possible. The best way to do this is to fire up your grill and run it as hot as possible until all those chunks of ribs and chicken are burned off. It is a good idea to then let the grill cool before proceeding to the next step. But since it is February that shouldn’t take too long.
Pull the grates and give them a good scrub down, using soapy water is fine. Clean the inside of the grill and remove all chunks of meat that dropped to the bottom.
Give the outside of your BBQ grill a good wipe down as well. Then polish it up and put the grill back in the garage, shed or back under the grill cover.
Now, just sit back and wait for spring and you will start the grilling season with a spiffy clean BBQ grill.