The Best Way To Clean Your Grill Is Simply Using An Onion

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We can all be happy that the barbecue season in the garden is in full swing again! It doesn’t matter if you think charcoal or gas is the better grill (um, it’s charcoal obviously), we probably all grill the same thing.

And we’re ready for all the burgers, bratwurst, and grilled veggies we can handle.

Preparing for your next BBQ, however, involves a little more than scraping off the black bits with a grill brush or spraying the grates with unnecessary chemicals. For the best cleaning that can also enhance your kitchen, this one simple technique will easily become your new go-to.

All you need is an onion and a grill fork

There are some definite no-nos when it comes to cleaning your grill. Water is cast iron’s enemy, so if you’re using a grill with a cast iron grid, avoid cleaning it with water. Otherwise, your steak could have a rusty side. Ew!

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Another potentially dangerous way to clean your grill is to use wire brushes to clean the grates. These wire brushes have a tendency to break off, leaving dangerous bristles that can get stuck in the grilled food.

Some doctors caution against using these brushes, having seen the damage firsthand. If swallowed, these bristles can injure the mouth or gums, or cause more serious internal injuries. So it’s probably best not to use metal brushes when cleaning.

If you also want to avoid using toxic heavy-duty cleaners on your grill, this hack might be for you. All you need is a halved white onion and a long grill fork. Using a peeled onion is the perfect natural way to remove stuck residue.

Onions even have antibacterial properties thanks to their flavonoids and polyphenols. They also add some flavor to your grill.

When you’re done grilling, simply take a grill fork and pierce half an onion. Then grate the onion, cut-side down, on the hot grill until any clinging residue comes off.

For stubborn stains, a natural acid like white vinegar or lemon juice can be added to help the process.

To keep cast iron griddles working at their best, season them regularly as well. Seasoning prevents food from sticking in the first place.

But definitely use this hack to make sure your grill is ready to go next time!

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