How to Prepare your Grill for Winter
Here in Texas the winter is short and not as severe as other climates. So should you do anything extra to prepare your grill for winter? Yes, Even though you are not digging out your grill to cook you are using it less in the winter and that means you need to do a few things to keep your Gas Grill performing at its peak performance. Cleaning: You will need to do a little more on cleaning to clear away grease and food particles to keep out small pest from using your grill as a winter buffet. Grill covers are always a good idea to help with this issue and keep the sun's UV rays from damaging the Stainless Steel. Use a good exterior cleaner. You can use an Oil based cleaner or even WD40 to wipe down the exterior surfaces and added protection against the elements. If you are not going to be using the grill much remove the gas lines from LP Tanks and lubricate any rubber hoses to prevent cracking. After using the grill burn off excess grease and clean grease tray. (Never put foil in your grease tray, see owners manuals for more information). Keeping your grill clean and covered is the most important thing to make sure your Spring Grilling is the best it can be. FLO Grills offers a winter service for your grills and the entire outdoor kitchen. Steam clean your grill and clean, inspect, and prep all gas lines. Repair and replace any parts needed to get you ready for your best grilling experience.