Grill Grates & Grids
Grill grates and cooking grids see the most wear and tear, but whether you have porcelain grates or cast iron cooking grates, there are steps you can take to keep them in top shape for as long as possible. For example, each time you fire up the grill, let the grill grates heat up under intense heat for at least five minutes to burn away food residue and be sure to clean your grates before or after each time you grill. But, when they get too old and tired, replace your grill grates to ensure you have optimal grilling conditions. Char-Broil offers a variety of gas grill grates and charcoal grill grates as well as stainless steel grates, porcelain grates and cast iron grates.