How to clean your barbeque grill easily?

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The easy way to clean your barbeque grill is when the plate grill is still hot. Use the scrub and a metal scrapper to scrub the leftover black buildup on the grill. Once the scrub is done, remove the grate and place it in a hot soapy hot water. Leave it for about 20 minutes and then clean up the remaining buildup. 

Use a soapy cloth wipe to clean the barbeque and remove the ash and debris left over from the grill. Once done, wipe it with a dry paper towel. That's all.

Note: alternatively before grilling you can place an aluminum foil under the grate or grilling area. So once you finish, you can easily clean up.

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