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Can I put the grills from my Weber gas grill into my self cleaning oven?

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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

If they're cast, which I think my Webers are, I wouldn't. I just run the grill on high for a bit, scrape off what I can, which is a good amount, then I wash them.
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Dude, you are one lazy mofo.




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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

Here's some cleaning tips: http://www.ehow.com/tips_986.html

Looks like someone did put them in the self-cleaning oven, but I'm too chicken to try it!
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Dude, you are one lazy mofo.
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Here's some cleaning tips: http://www.ehow.com/tips_986.html

Looks like someone did put them in the self-cleaning oven, but I'm too chicken to try it!
Yea I looked through those before posting and nothing impressed me. Well, the truth is that I didn't see the answer that I wanted.

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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

Easy Off makes stuff for grills. With all that other stuff you have, hit with a pressure washer, if ya need too.
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why would you clean your grill? thats disgusting.

why put off today what you can wake up late and forget to do tomorrow.

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This thread is hilarious! I don't think there is an easy way out when it comes to cleaning a grill - it is a dreadful chore that no one should be subjected to...

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Can I put the grills from my Weber gas grill into my self cleaning oven?

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I wouldn't but to be honest it probably wouldn't hurt them.

What grates do you have? Porcelain-Enameled Cast iron (Gen A B C Gold Depot last 2-3 years),The Cast Iron(Depot '02 back), Stainless Steel Cooking Grates or the regular Porcelain-Enameled Cooking Grates? The only real difference as far as cleaning goes is Cast Iron opposed to the rest of the line up. I used to rep Weber .... here's some info from their website:

Every time you grill:
Clean the cooking grate.Before or after grilling, burn off any residue by simply turning the grill on high until the smoke stops, then brush the cooking grates with a brass wire grill brush. Easy! (Note: Cast iron cooking grates require slightly different care.)

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why would you clean your grill? thats disgusting.
I am for this as well. Unless you are moving, why??
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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

I'm just tired of the crap hanging off of the botom of the grates. It's grossing me out. I bought my grill in June of 2003, so I think I have the first one's Rocket mentioned. Does it matter?

I'm thinking "into the oven" time.

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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

you dont want to remove all the flavor for your next BBQ
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Re: Weber Grill - Cleaning

you'd make a lousy pizza shop owner HD, I'm upset with you for wanting to clean your grills. I pretty much do what Rocket says and it seems to do the trick

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I've never cleaned my grill
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