Krrb Presents Quick Tips — An All-Natural Method to Cleaning Your Grill

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We know you have no time for long-winded how-to’s, so we’ll keep it short. In under a minute, Quick Tips are here to help you with life’s little lessons. So unless you get caught up watching hundreds in a row, which – warning – you just might, you can quickly get back to monitoring your news feeds or whatever you were doing. Check out the full video series here.

A summer’s worth of cookouts can leave your grill caked with food. Keep it clean without harsh chemicals. Slice a potato in half and use it to scrub grime and smells from the grates. The key is to do it when the grill is very hot. Now you can get a nice char on your dessert fruit without it tasting like ribs!

 
  • For sure! Either way, it’s all natural. I went to a BBQ recently and before the fire, the guy sprayed kitchen cleaner on the grill … I was like yum, can I have a little pine-scented bleach with my burger ….

  • Vanessa Londono

    Gross! I like my grass-fed burgers free of pine-scented cleaner.

  • This is great! I actually use a lemon as the citrus oil from the peel acts as a cleanser. I tend to BBQ with lemon (and oil) as my marinade for veggies so I already have a squeezed lemon on hand to do the dirty work. But I’m gonna try a potato next! The question is, can I cook and eat it afterwards??? Hate to throw away a perfectly good potato …. I’ll let y’all know how it tastes :)

  • Vanessa Londono

    Using a lemon is a great idea. You can also use an onion. The advantage to using a potato is you don’t have any after taste. Taters are pretty neutral, ya know?