Barbecues are a great idea, until they need cleaned and you've had a skinful. That's when you think, "Pah, I will leave it until tomorrow" and then you're left with a caked on mess. You need to read our "How To Clean The BBQ The Easy Way" Guide...
1. Use Heat
If your Grill is has baked on food and grease then soften it up again by lighting a few fresh coals.
Whilst Steam Cleaners are great for lifting stubborn stuck-on food, water soaked newspaper on a WARM Barbecue Grill, can have the same effect. Just make sure you close the lid for 30-45 minutes to create that steam effect.
Using a Grill Brush to scrub off any excess grime or burnt on bits. You can also used a scrunched up piece of aluminium foil to do this.
For ultra stubborn dirt, use a specialist Cleaning Solution, like Jeyes Barbecue Cleaner*.
Use a Garden Hose for a thorough rinse, or pour buckets of water over it. Dry with rags, or Kitchen Roll.
Make things easier for yourself and Coat your grill with Sunflower Oil the next time you cook, and clean immediately (when cool) with something like Weber BBQ Grate Cleaner*.