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Thread: Weber Q Grills

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    Does anyone have one of these grills? How do you clean it? Can a wire brush be used with one of these?

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    I do use a wire brush. But what works the best is when it's new, use a cloth and coat the top and bottom of the grill with olive oil. Then after grilling you should be able to use a cloth to wipe it off. Sort of along the lines of a cast iron skillet. Once it's treated, oiled and 'baked on', it should stay 'stick' free.

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    We have a Weber and we use the wire brush on ours, along with those pre-oiled BBQ cleaning pads and our Weber is 3 yrs old now no issues

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    Mine is not new. We have only used ours a few times this past couple of years and were afraid to use a wire brush on it. In the past we have used the can of bbq grill cleaning spray but still had a slight problem. We have the brush that my husband uses on the charcoal grill.

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    Pam puts out a grilling spray...works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila_H
    We have a Weber and we use the wire brush on ours, along with those pre-oiled BBQ cleaning pads and our Weber is 3 yrs old now no issues
    Where do you buy the pre-oiled cleaning pads?

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    It's best to clean w/a stiff brush when it is hot. After cooking you can do this or when you first start it up the next time. You should also oil it before placing food on it each time. You can use a old rag dipped in cooking oil or a heat proof basting brush. This will make clean up easier and your food will stick less.

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