Nothing screams summer quite like a backyard barbeque.
The warm sun, the cold drinks and the smell of cooking burgers and hotdogs wafting from the grill.
But after a long summer of fun and cookouts, your grill has gone through quite a bit.
All the delicious grease and fat that was cooked off the meat has now made its home inside your grill.
Don't worry though, cleaning your grill is a breeze with a pressure washer.
There are really only two things you need to know beforehand:
1. Disconnect Propane, Gas & Electricity
We all know electricity and water just don't mix. So if your grill has an electric starter, make sure you unplug it before your soak your grill with water.
Similarly, if you have a propane grill, disconnect the tank and move the connection hose out of the way.
If your grill is attached to your home's natural gas line, disconnect this before cleaning.
2. Get a Good Degreaser
Unfortunately, most of the delicious meats we gorge on all summer long have some fat. And if you've ever washed dishes you know how impossible it can be to remove with just water.
So get a quality degreaser and make short work of the caked on grease inside your grill. Just apply it to the grill first. Let it work in for a couple minutes and then spray clean with regular water.