How to Clean a George Foreman Indoor Outdoor Grill
Why Clean the Grill?
Regular cleaning is an essential part of taking care of your George Foreman indoor outdoor grill. Not only will it help to keep the grill looking like new, but it will also extend the life of the grill. Getting into the habit of cleaning your grill after each use is a great way to make sure your grill is always in top condition.
Before you start cleaning your George Foreman indoor outdoor grill, make sure it is unplugged and cool. You’ll also want to make sure you have the proper supplies on hand: a soft cloth, a bristle brush, and a mild dishwashing soap.
Cleaning the Grill
Start by wiping off the exterior of the grill with a damp cloth. This will remove any dirt or grime that has built up. Once you’ve done this, you can begin to clean the plates. Start by soaking a soft cloth in warm, soapy water and then use it to wipe down the plates. If there are any tough spots, use a bristle brush to scrub them away. Make sure to rinse the plates thoroughly when you’re finished.
Cleaning the Grease Tray
The next step is to clean the grease tray. This is the tray located underneath the plates. Start by removing the tray from the grill. You can then soak the tray in warm, soapy water for about 15 minutes. Afterward, scrub the tray with a bristle brush to remove any stubborn grease or food residue. Finally, rinse the tray with clean water and dry with a cloth.
Once you’ve finished cleaning the grill and the grease tray, you can put everything back together. Make sure to plug the grill in and turn it on to make sure it still works properly. After that, your George Foreman indoor outdoor grill is ready to use!