Video: While this trick will not make your grill like new — unlike scrubbing with steel wool and soap until your hands bleed — it is good enough and painless. Just cut an onion in half, stick a fork on it, and start rubbing it up and down the grill over the heat until all the residue falls off.
How To Clean Your Grill With An Onion And A Fork
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