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Monday, August 25, 2008

Tip for Cleaning Your Grilling Tools and Accessories

As an outdoor chef, there’s always the tendency to forget my tools like tongs and scraper outside. Accessories would include the ring plates and the chimney extension filter. And when left to the mercy of the elements, these tools and accessories will start to rust away especially when we don’t use them for quite a while. So here’s what you can do to retard the rusting:

  • Use a light-grade sandpaper to lightly sand away rust, soot, and dirt that could’ve stuck to the tool.
  • Rub on grease and spread it around thinly. (Note: This only applies to those tools that do NOT touch food.)
By doing those two, your tools and accessories will last much much longer.