What should I grill for the first time?
Read Your Owner’s Manual.
- Read Your Owner’s Manual. First things first. …
- Conduct a Leak Test. Test your gas grill for leaks on a regular basis, especially when it’s been unused for a while. …
- Prep Your Grates. …
- Clean and Maintain Your Grill.
Do I need to clean my grill before I use it for the first time?
Clean away dust, oil, adhesives, coatings, and other gunk that may have accumulated on your BBQ grill at the factory or the store by burning it for 20 to 30 minutes before the first use.
How do you prepare a new grill?
Get your new grill ready with these three tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
- Read The Owner’s Manual. Before anything else, it’s important to get to know your grill. …
- Do a Leak Test. If you bought a gas grill, it’s important to check for any gas leaks once you attach the propane tank. …
- Season the Grill.
Do you need to prep a new grill?
Before you start grilling, it’s vitally important to learn how to season your Char‑Broil® grill before its first use. Seasoning the grill is the process of heating and oiling the grates to keep your grill operating at its prime. Oil protects the grates from rust and makes them easier to clean.
Do I need to season a new gas grill?
Yes! You should always season a new grill. Oiling and heating the grill will create a protective barrier that prevents rust. Seasoning is also what creates a nonstick surface on your grates so that you don’t end up with a frustrating mess of stuck-on food the first time you try out the grill.