The great thing about charcoal grills is that you clean it out after every use. However, many people don’t take advantage of the situation and simply dump the ashes out. Keeping a good wire brush handy to sweep out the cooked-on remains will make additional cleaning jobs much easier.

So every time you use your charcoal grill, clean the grate and brush out the ashes and cooked-on foods. This will cut down on excess smoke and bad flavors. Occasionally, get in there and really scrape out all that stuff that just seems to develop on the bottom of your grill. At least once a year, get a bucket of soapy water and give it a really good clean. If you need to touch up the color, get a can of grill-safe paint. Anyone at the hardware store will know exactly what it is. If you do this, your grill will last for many years and produce great results.?

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