How to Clean Char-Broil Quantum Infrared Grill Grates
After each use it is advised that you burn off any excess grease and food debris that has accumulated on your grates.
Turn the grill to HIGH and close the lid. Leave it on for around 15 minutes and this should turn any remaining food debris to ash. After the grill has cooled, yet still warm, remove any remaining food particles from the cooking grate using a wire brush.
Periodically, as food debris accumulates on the infrared emitter plate, it is recommended that the grates be removed from the grill so that the infrared emitter plate can be cleaned and ash removed.
Separate the grilling grate from the infrared emitter and brush the emitter plate with a heavy-duty wire grill brush, such as the BrushHawg or the Quantum® grill brush available at charbroil.com.
Baked-on food particles can be removed with the metal scraper on the back side of the grill brush. The stainless steel grilling grates and infrared emitters can also be tapped lightly together to remove baked-on debris and ash.
Always coat the grates and infrared emitter plates with a light coat of high-heat cooking oil after cleaning. This added layer of protection will help ensure your Quantum® Infrared grill will be ready for your next grilling experience.