Coyote C-Series 42-Inch 5-Burner Built-in Propane Gas Grill – C2C42LP: Product Description
Coyote C-Series 42-Inch 5-Burner Built-In Propane Gas Grill – C2C42LP. C2C42LP. Built-In Gas Grills. Merging durable design with professional-style grilling features, the Coyote C-Series gas grill will be the center point of your outdoor kitchen. This 36-inch built-in gas grill features 18 gauge 304 grade stainless steel construction with a double-walled canopy and continuously hand-welded grill box with seamless edges. The C2C42LP gas grill offers stainless steel, performance enhancing heat control grids that minimize flare-ups and distribute heat evenly across the 990 square inch cooking area. This propane gas grill is powered by five, high performance Coyote Infinity Burners which deliver up to 100,000 BTUs of cooking power. The burners are lit by an easy to use, push and turn ignition system while the internal halogen grill lights will keep you grilling into the night. Use the removable warming rack to keep food heated until serving time and easily monitor the temperature inside your grill using the integrated thermometer. Choose Coyote and create the outdoor kitchen of your dreams with a grill made to last and give remarkable performance….
Cleaning the propane grills barbecue
At the barbecue party, the preparations must grind as hard as possible, and the meat must be sprinkled with salt, steam, the jars, and ashes abound! However, after the stomachs have filled and the work is completed, one important thing must not be forgotten: cleaning the grill! Here are some suggestions and tips on cleaning the barbecue.
For all types of propane grills
- For proper hygiene, always clean the grill after each use, not before. The grill should be cleaned of all residues of fat, oil, and food. Otherwise, the leftovers from the last party will greet you again from the barbecue.
- If you want to prevent sticking and burning of fat and food residues, you can simply use an aluminum drip tray.
- Of course, not only the barbecue grill must be cleaned. Especially when you put the barbecue on hold in the fall or put it back on after winter, you must also clean the space inside. To do this, remove all removable parts, such as the grill, flameproof lid and grease tray (which must also be cleaned).
- Do not use abrasive products. This way, avoid scratching the surfaces.
- Stain stains, grease residues, burnt dirt, and food particles can easily be removed with a mild detergent and household sponge or kitchen cloth.
- Do not use aggressive or lemon-based cleaning agents – they can attack the paint.
- For the grill grate: remove the coarse residue with a paper towel. Solve strong deposits by soaking in soapy water. Then clean the grill with a mild detergent and household sponge.
- Cover the propane grills when not in use or store in a weatherproof area.