Redi-Gril Heavy Duty and Mini grill scrapers make this sometimes arduous chore much easier.
Cleaning a Commercial Grill
A commercial grill needs to be cleaned or scraped frequently in order to maintain cooking efficiency and prevent flavor transfer. The following are tips for properly cleaning a commercial grill.
• After each use, scrap the grill clean with a grill scraper, like the Redi-Gril Heavy Duty grill scraper, each time cooked food is removed.
• After each day, remove and empty the grease container and clean the grease trough. Also, clean the grill surface with a grill brick. While the grill is still warm, rub the grill with a grill brick. For stainless steel, rub in the direction of the grain to not damage the surface.
• Once a week, allow the grill to cool completely and clean the grill plate with a food-service-grade degreaser. Avoid using soap and water as it can affect the flavor of food. After the weekly cleaning is a good time to re-season the grill if it needs it. Otherwise, coat the grill plate with a thin film of cooking oil to prevent rust.
Redi-Gril.com™ by Redi-Co, LLC