Cleaning Seriously Filthy BBQ Grill
I've just made my best Craigs List score ever.
I bought an almost new 52" Grand Turbo with cart propane bbq grill from BBQ's Galore for pennies on the dollar-literally. I had no idea that bbq grills could cost $5k!?!?!?
Only problem is, it was never, ever cleaned!
It was used once a week to cook burgers for 50 employee's at a bio-tech start-up.
It is absolutely covered in a thick black layer of grease...the grates,the burners, the sear burners the inside, the outside...it is well and truely filthy.
The manual says to only clean with a mild detergent...I just don't think that that's going to even come close to cleaning this thing up.
Anybody have any ideas on how to clean it up?
One thought I had was to steam clean it? Don't they do that for the under carriges of cars? No harsh chemicals and doesnt' it make the grunge just melt away?