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How to make gas bbq ready for cooking after a long non use

Also check the mechanical - make sure the stand/frame is still sound and that the whole thing is on a secure footing. You wouldn't want a bolt or caster or leg to fail while you're cooking potentially ...
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How to make gas bbq ready for cooking after a long non use

What should I do to make it germs and bacteria free? Generally we make something hot to make germs go away. Is that same for bbq as well? Considering that water boils at 212°F and would be considered ...
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How to make gas bbq ready for cooking after a long non use

Dismantle and clean it to the best of your ability using water, detergent and grease remover. Use a steel brush to remove rust, especially from the grates. If there's a flexible gas pipe replace it, ...
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How to make gas bbq ready for cooking after a long non use

Germs/bacteria are not a concern and are killed by the heat. Always pre-heat your grill/bbq to smoke/burn off old food and oils, allow easy cleaning with a steel grill brush, and allowing new ...
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