So, I know this one’s a little late for us Minnesotans, as it’s already snowed 8 inches.
Once he got past the initial shock that I wouldn’t be grilling in the snow (Stu will be grilling his Thanksgiving turkey and Christmas dinner, for sure), he shared these grill storage tips with me.
- Partially dismantle grill to access all areas of grill
- Clean all parts with warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly
- Note any damaged or worn parts that need replacing – now is a good time to fix
- Use hi-temp paint to touch up any worn areas
- Reassemble grill, light it and run to ensure it is thoroughly dry.
- Disconnect tank and store tank in a well-ventilated area – NOT GARAGE – protected from weather
- Store grill with cover on it.