So you want to have a barbecue, but you pull your grill out of the garage only to find that it's a sea of dirt and grime. Luckily, it's pretty simple to give your grill a proper cleaning before setting it up for the warmer months of the year.
We've shown you how to clean the top of your grill with an onion or a bit of aluminium foil, but about once a year you should give your grill a deeper cleaning for better grilling and longer life. DIYer Danny Lipford shows us, in just a few minutes, how to disassemble your grill and clean all the necessary parts with minimal effort. Hit the link to read more.