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Cleaning outside of my grill?

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Cleaning outside of my grill?

I recently got a cover for my bbq, but it's already been exposed to elements.whats best way to clean the lid, side tables?

I have a spirit ii e-210

I came across this:

https://www.weber.com/CA/en/blog/tips-t ... 31176.html

The lid I have no idea what material it is,the side tables are on the thin/flimsy side but I assume they are stainless steel?
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An orange (oil based) cleaner is good for cutting through grease, as is Simple Green. If the grease is light, 10% acetic acid vinegar may do.
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I just incinerate my barbie, every time I'm done cooking I put it on max for 10 minutes. Then cedar paddle to scrub off the black ash. Actual cleaning was never effective.
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FastFret wrote: I just incinerate my barbie, every time I'm done cooking I put it on max for 10 minutes. Then cedar paddle to scrub off the black ash. Actual cleaning was never effective.
That doesn't work for the grime and dirt that build up on the outside parts of the grill :p

Just use a gentle soap or cleaning solution to wipe everything down, but don't let the metal parts air dry

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