If you have a gas BBQ that’s been rusting away in the garage, it may need some TLC before you pull it out for summer. The Family Handyman has a step-by-step guide to repairing and reviving your old, broken down gas BBQ.
Gas BBQs definitely require maintenance. Before you do anything, you’ll want to disconnect the propane tank, then remove the grate and rocks (and replace them if they’re old or covered in grease). From there you can test the igniter, clean the burner, and scrub out the interior. The site even has some tips on painting, if you want to keep it looking good.
Of course, if your BBQ is still in working condition, it may just need a good cleaning before you take it out for the summer. Hit the link below for the full guide at the Family Handyman.
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