The Internet has so many DIY solutions to make cleaning products for the best way to clean grill grates. We’ve gathered some of the best here. You’ll read a lot about a “miracle cleaner” in the form of baking soda. If you mix baking soda with water in equal parts, you’ll get a paste. Grease the grill with it. Wait until the paste has dried and wipe the grill clean.
Coffee grounds are also a popular choice for cleaning grill grates. Put some coffee grounds on a sponge and scrub the grill with it. The fine coffee grains act like an exfoliator. Rinse the grill off with warm water afterward.
Spraying a crusty grill grate with vinegar or soaking it in water with a shot of vinegar is another household remedy for cleaning your grill grates. Another method is to wrap the grate in wet newspaper. The next day, remove the paper and rinse the grill.
These household remedies work in most cases, but can be a bit unreliable. If you do not want to experiment when you’re cleaning, we’d advise you to use a commercially available product. After all, there are special grill and oven cleaners for exactly this purpose.