Stainless Steel Grill Heads
Thoroughly clean stains, food, and grime using a sponge or damp cloth with warm water and mild dish soap. Use Fantastik or Formula 409 to remove heavier soil.
Thoroughly rinse all surfaces and dry them completely with a clean towel. Do not allow water to accumulate and puddle on stainless steel. Water from various sources such as garden hoses contains iron which will give the appearance of rusting on stainless steel. If allowed to stand for long periods of time on stainless steel, it will cause pitting.
The first step to removing the grease build-up is to gently scrape the lid a putty knife.
Cast Aluminum Grill Heads
Over time carbon and grease residue can build up on the inside of the grill castings. While it may look like peeling paint, MHP has never painted the inside of our grill castings. With a few simple steps, you can get rid of this build-up.
- Scrape off loose flakes with a putty knife
- Once loose flakes are removed, lightly scrub over the area with a balled-up piece of tin foil.
To take the cleaning process a little further…
- Remove the top casting (grill lid) and soak it in hot water and mild dish soap (such as Dawn).
- After soaking, scrub casting clean with a nylon mesh scrubby pad and rinse.