By Mrs. Mathis
The good news about cleaning a porcelain grill is that it should be easier that cleaning a regular grill. After all, the reason that porcelain covered surfaces were invented was to provide a non-stick surface for grilling. The bad news is that you must be extra careful when cleaning your porcelain grill because the porcelain surface can easily be damaged. Fortunately, by providing regular care for a porcelain grill, you make it easier to keep it clean. So read on now to learn how to clean porcelain grills the fast and easy way.
Cleaning A Porcelain Grill After Each Use
Every time you use your grill, take time to clean it immediately. Remember, care for a porcelain grill and it will care for your food and your family. Simply wet a cloth and wipe the cool grill to remove all cooked on food. If this doesn’t work, you can scrub the surface with a nylon scrubber to remove any other residue.
When cleaning your porcelain coated grill that has baked on residue, start by wetting a dishtowel with very hot water. Lay the towel over the grill and let it sit until the particles have soaked loose. Then repeat the steps outlined above.
How To Care For A Porcelain Grill That You’ve Cleaned
Before using your now clean grill again, spray the cool surface with any cooking spray. You may find one specially formulated to care for a porcelain grill, but if you don’t, any surface spray will work. If you don’t want to use a spray, you can lightly wipe the surface with a paper towel dipped in a little cooking oil. This is an especially good idea if you are cooking a low fat food, such as fish or skinless chicken breasts.Print This Article