- 1). Turn off the grill and allow it to cool before cleaning.
- 2). Dampen a cloth with warm water and wring it out. Apply two or three drops of mild dish detergent to the cloth. You can also use stainless-steel cleaner according to the manufacturer's instructions.
- 3). Wipe the outside of the grill with the cloth, concentrating on soiled areas. Follow the direction of the grain.
- 4). Rinse the cloth with water and wring it out.
- 5). Wipe the grill with the damp cloth to remove any detergent residue. Follow the grain.
- 6). Dry the stainless-steel grill with a clean towel.
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