Barbecues and outdoor cooking environments in Greenville, SC are a lot of fun for everyone involved. However, safety practices must be upheld for everyone’s continued safety and enjoyment. One common risk of outdoor cooking is the danger posed by grease fires. While minor jolts of flame are an expected part of grilling, a minor flare-up can instantly turn dangerous if you don’t take the necessary safety steps. Below are tips to help you prevent grease fires when using BBQ grills.
Clean up the pan and tray after grilling
Grills have a drip pan and tray under the grid and burner. Once these are filled with grease, the risk for grease fires increases. These pans and trays are removable, so clean these up every time you use your grille. Grease is easier to clean while it’s hot, but be careful when handling hot grease to avoid skin burns.
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