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Grillin' Tune Up!

It’s that time of year to pull out your Weber, and get it ready for the upcoming grillin’ year! Here’s Garage Cookin’s “top five” tips for getting ready for grillin’ season!

  1. Pressure Wash Your Grill—Once you get your grill outside, and down from the attic or garage shelf, do yourself a favor and give the whole unit a fresh power wash. Doing so gets rid of the winter nastiness, and…who knows who’s been creepin’ or crawlin’ inside during the winter months. You’ll be glad you cleaned it! 
  2. Visual Inspection—Open up the grill, look underneath. Do you need any replacement parts? See if anything looks out of place. If so, click here
  3. Clean the Grate—Gets rid of char, grease, and carbon… Use a cleaning brush, or a crumbled up piece of aluminum foil. 
  4. Lubricants! —Make sure all moving parts are fully lubricated, including your intake and exhaust. Use Canola Oil and apply with a paper towel. Hit the wheels with WD40 as well. And, don’t forget to lubricate your throat with an ice cold brew!
  5. Invite some friend and fire that ‘bad boy’ up!

Spring is Here – Time for a Grillin' Tune Up!

Griller Garage Cookin MascotIt’s that time of year, to pull out your Weber, and get it ready for the upcoming grillin’ year.

Click here to read Garage Cookin’s Top Five tips for getting ready for the season.

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