WE all love a barbecue when the weather warms up.
But you’ll be hard pressed to find someone who enjoys cleaning up after a barbecue – many struggle to get their barbecues back in top shape.
One person reached out to a Ms. Hinch cleaning group on Facebook to ask, “Anybody have any tips on how to clean and degrease a grill, please?”
She was quickly inundated with suggestions from other cleaning fans, with one costing just 13p.
“Cut a fresh lemon in half and wipe the bars with it,” one person wrote.
“I saw the This Morning tip with the Australian chef, tried it and it was fantastic.”
With a pack of four lemons only costing 50p at Aldi, the cleaning hack to try would only cost 13p.
Others rely on other methods to get their grills clean.
“Bring it red hot, then brush it with a wire brush. No chemicals required,” one wrote.
While another agreed: “My husband does this too, works great.”
Fairy Liquid was another popular suggestion.
“I take the rack out of my grill and put it in the dishwasher,” commented another.
“I then get a scourer, a bowl of hot water with Fairy Liquid Platinum, and scrub the grill to loosen the accumulated grease and clean everything.
“I then use some dry cotton towels to buff it dry afterward.”
Another agreed, writing: “Soak it in hot water and Fairy Liquid overnight and wash it off in the morning.”
Elbow Grease and Pink Stuff Paste were among the other suggestions, as was a Jet Washer.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5688072/mrs-hinch-fans-cheap-hack-clean-barbecues/ Mrs Hinch fans are sharing all natural 13p hacks to get your grill sparkling clean again