How to clean a gas barbecue after winter, according to experts

The end of January is approaching and that means spring is just around the corner. There’s a lot to be excited about: sunnier skies, warmer weather and, of course, the return of the barbecue. However, before you start cooking your first outdoor meal of the season, you should know how to properly clean your gas grill after winter.

Whether you keep your grill in the garage or under a weatherproof cover, it will be begging for a thorough cleaning. Even if it’s not covered in dust or infested with spiders and you cleaned it the last time you used it, your gas grill has been sitting for a long time and so will have found a buildup of dirt, grease and bacteria. its way to its surfaces. Before you start cooking meals, wipe them thoroughly. But where do you start and what do you clean it with?