The summer barbecue season is coming to an end now.

The summer barbecue season is coming to an end now.

Time to remove the remnants of the summer’s delicacies from the grill – especially if it is a high-end model that you would like to keep using next year. Thorough but gentle removal of oil, meat and coal residue prevents damage to the metal and the formation of rust. Highly aggressive cleaning sprays and so-called “special brushes” are commonly used for this task. While the former present a serious health risk, the latter can cover metal surfaces with tiny scratches, which in turn leads to corrosion.
The better solution: Use the Thermostar’s high-pressure dry steam to clean your precious grill quickly and extremely gently. Even the most tenacious residue can be removed with ease. Afterwards, just wipe it away with a cloth, and avoid the danger of a murky flooding. It’s time-saving, too: You will only need an estimated fourth of the time you would spend on a conventional cleaning.

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