Winter is the time to put your RV and camping gear to bed (sadly) and it’s a good time to give your gas grill a good scrub before tucking it away for the season. We found a great video that walks you through the whole process. It basically goes something like this:
Some kind of ground cover such as a tarp or old newspapers, the manufacturer’s assembly instructions, grill cleaner, aluminum foil, garden hose, a bucket with soap and water, and a scrub brush.
**A good tip that was mentioned is that you can use the camera feature on your mobile phone to take photos of your grill as you dis-assemble it. This will help you when it’s time to re-assemble.
Cover your work area
Unhook the gas and turn off all control knobs and the propane tank
Remove the grids
Disconnect igniter wires and wrap the igniter source in foil
Give it all a good scrub-a-dub-dub
Rinse with water and allow to air dry
Use a pin or wire to unclog the holes in the burner ports
Scrub the burners well
Scrub cooking grids
Your grill is an essential part of camping and following a good maintenance schedule will extend the life of your grill. You can see the details of really cleaning up your bbq grill in the video below. We look forward to seeing you around the campground next summer so be sure to make your reservation soon.