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Gas Grill Maintenance - Easy Tricks Anyone Can Do

Do just a few easy little bits of maintenance everytime you grill and your Sunbeam Gas Grill can give you a lifetime of great tasting grilling and Barbecuing

6 Gas Grill Maintenance Tips to Keep
Your Sunbeam Gas Grill Running Hot

Think of your gas grill as an asset -- no matter how old or used it may be -- and not just another piece of patio furniture.

After all, your barbecue has been a very big part of your outdoor activities for many years -- and if you treat it right and take care of it -- can be for many years to come.

Like all assets, proper maintenance and care is the key.

Luckily there are a few very easy and quick things you can do to ensure that your Sunbeam Gas Grill will last for those years.

While some maintenance and cleaning are specific to the type of barbeque grill that you buy (gas, charcoal, electric or smoker), the following 6 tips should be applied to all grills to keep them in tip top condition.

Tip # 1- Gather the Necessary Items

You will need a few ordinary items on hand when it comes time to clean your barbecue. Here is a short list you will find handy:

  1. Brass wire grill brush
  2. Steel wool pads, preferably that contains soap already.
  3. Mild dish soap
  4. Sponge or dishcloth
  5. Spray cooking oil
  6. Dry baking soda
  7. Aluminum foil Tip

#2 - Always Brush Your Grill Off

The main thing that you should always do is to brush your grill grates and burners (on gas models) after every use. Most people know this obvious one -- so let's move on.

Tip #3 - Use Spray Cooking Oil

Most people believe that you should spray your grates with oil before cooking. That's fine if you want to. But it's more important to spray them down with a light layer of cooking oil after cooking and letting it cool off BEFORE storing it away. Spraying it down with cooking oil will prevent your barbecue grill from rusting.

Tip #4 - Use Baking Soda and Aluminum Foil

Lightly scrubbing your barbecue grill with baking soda and aluminum foil will give it that extra shine, like the day you bought it. Just be sure NOT to scrub the painted areas with the foil.

Tip # 5 - Prevent Problems BEFORE They Happen

If you notice something that does not seem quite right with your barbeque grill, stop and investigate. Chances are it can be fixed with just a simple cleaning. If not, then it's a good bet that a quality replacement part can be had for a reasonable price and your investment saved to keep enjoying for years to come.

Shop for Sunbeam Gas Grill Parts By Part Category

If a part does wear out -- and eventually everything wears out even if you take excellent care of it -- one good way to find your Sunbeam Grill Part is by Catagory. Many sites allow you to search by catagory. If your grill is not listed in the models, or the model number is unknown, try searching by category for the grill parts you need.

Sunbeam Burners
Sunbeam Burner and Venturi assemblies
Sunbeam Cooking Grids
Sunbeam Rock/Briquette Grates
Sunbeam Heat Plates - Heat Tents - Flame Tamers
Sunbeam Igniter Components
Sunbeam Warming Racks
Sunbeam Venturis
Sunbeam Valves, Orifices, and Manifolds
Sunbeam Regulators and Hoses
Sunbeam Knobs and Handles
Sunbeam Rotisserie components
Sunbeam Grill Covers
Sunbeam Fittings and Adapters
Sunbeam Posts
Sunbeam Miscellaneous Repair Parts
Sunbeam Conversion Kits
Sunbeam Accessories
Sunbeam Heat indicators, meat thermometers

For more ways to find and order a Replacement Sunbeam Gas Grill Parts see our Sunbeam Gas Grill Page

Gas Grill Maintenance