CARE AND MAINTENANCE OF INTERIOR/EXTERIOR
Duel Fuel Grills:
- A very important part of maintaining your grill is the frequent seasoning of all the metal surfaces of the grill. The grill is made of a bare metal that is not treated. To prevent rusting we recommend coating the grill with any type of oil that does not have water in the ingredients. For example, cooking oil, animal fat, shortening, or any kind of 100% vegetable oil.
- It is also important to remove any solid and liquid food debris. Debris can trap moisture and cause rust to form quickly.
- Be sure to always allow the grill to cool completely with the hood open to avoid trapping any moisture inside, which is one of the leading causes for accelerated rusting inside the grill.
- Try to avoid very high temperatures, except for short periods of time for searing. This will help keep the seasoning intact. Likewise, seasoning regularly as well as any time the grill has been used at higher temperatures will also help prevent rust from occurring.
- The exterior of the grill can also be seasoned at the same time as the interior. This will help keep the the shinny, new look to the grill even after years of use.
- Touch-ups may be required to the paint over time. If you start to see rust, sand down the exterior and apply a high heat resistant black grill paint to all surfaces.