- Model Number: G520-0086-W1
IR CLEANING TOOL is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Canuck623 from Well made This tool, although listed for Char Broil infrared grills is not quite the right shape to fit down into the grooves to clean them. Still gets the job done but it isn't quite right.
Date published: 2015-12-21
Can I use this tool on model number 463435115?
No. The cleaning tool for your grill is model # G458-5503-W1. This tool is available on the Char-Broil site.
Date published: 2015-07-17
Can you put grates in dishwasher?
We do not recommend placing your grates in the dishwasher.
Date published: 2015-06-15
I have small infrared commercial grill, steel grates #7358971 according to your online catalog. What grate cleaner should I buy? None came with it when I bought from Lowes.
We are now using Nylon brushes for the best cleaning experience. We have three different sizes available: *Standard Nylon Brush (7366893) $6.99 * Advanced Cool-Clean Nylon Brush (7366894) $12.99 * Premium Ergonomic Nylon Brush (7366896) $14.99 There are 3 main steps to follow when cleaning your grill properly: 1. Perform the “Burn-Off” Method. Turn the grill on high (with the lid closed) for 15 minutes. This will allow any food particles or debris that is stuck to the grates or other interior grill parts, burn off of the grill. (this is the step that your grill is referring to by “self-cleaning) 2. After the grill has cooled back down, use the nylon brush to brush the remaining particles off of the grates or emitter trays. 3. Wash the interior parts of the grill with a 50/50 mixture of soap and water to ensure that everything is clean of debris. Once the parts are 100% dry, place them back in the grill so that it is ready for use next time! (if the debris is really stuck or rust is appearing, you can use a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water) *To ensure your grates and emitter trays are easy to clean, make sure you season them properly before grilling each time!
Date published: 2014-08-09
I have the Char Broil Infrared Patio Bistro, what grill brush would I purchase to clean the grates without scraping the finish off?
You may use this Infrared cleaing tool, but when using the porcelain coated cast iron cooking grates, we always use the Advanced Cool-Clean Nylon Brush: 7366894.
Date published: 2015-08-15