How Do You Clean Stainless Steel Flavorizer Bars?
The stainless steel flavorizer bars on your gas or charcoal grill not only serve a valuable purpose by enhancing the flavor of your meats, vegetables and other foods prepared on the grill, they also help to catch food fragments from otherwise clogging your grill. Like other parts of your grill, you need to remove and clean the flavorizer bars regularly to keep dirt and grime from building up on the bars. Failure to clean the bars can lead to your foods developing an unwanted taste and excessive smoke emitting from the bars because of grime buildup. Remove the flavorizer bars from your gas or charcoal grill by lifting the panel or individual bars from the grill’s main cooking surface. Place three to four sheets of newspaper onto a flat surface–countertop, table or other flat surface. Place the flavorizer bars on the newspaper. Use a stainless steel grill brush to scrape off any dirt and grime buildup. Wear latex gloves to keep your hands from getting dirty. Fill a sink with ½ cup of di