Barbecue

Barbecue

After the barbecue is before the barbecue – and of course you want your next guests to develop a healthy appetite, too. But who wants to see their steak being prepared on old, crusty grime? A thorough cleaning of the grill, particularly the grate, is a natural part of the job for every grill master, although it is one of the least popular. Countless tips for grill cleaning can be found on internet barbecue forums, including odd ones like using coffee grounds or a car wash. The best tip that’s guaranteed to get the job done: Use your Thermostar! It removes burnt-in remains with high pressure and high speed. Particularly resistant residue can be tackled with the wire brush attachment. No matter if it’s a charcoal, gas or electric grill: The grease will be history!

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