How To Clean Your Grill After the Summer
With BBQ season winding down, here's what you should be doing to your grill for proper care and storage.
The End Of Summer Is Near...
You know summer is basically over when—your kids start heading back to school, you start digging up fall sweaters and jackets to prepare for cooler weather, and the frequency of backyard barbecues begins to slowly dwindle down. Unless you live somewhere that's warm year-round, you probably have one last BBQ planned for Labor Day, and then it's back to indoor cooking and eating. So all you have to do is throw a cover on your grill, and call it a day, right? Wrong! Proper care is essential to keeping your grill in good condition so that it's good and ready for you the next time BBQ season rolls around. Here's everything you need to know.