Traeger has been around since the early 1900s, and their line of pellet smokers are some of the most popular on the market. They make quality products and if you’re like most people, you just want your Traeger to look and work perfectly. But like anything else in life, there are ways to clean it that don’t involve harsh chemicals. In this article, we’re going to show you how to clean your Traeger fire pot using nothing more than some hot soapy water and a cloth!
How To Clean Traeger Fire Pot – When you finally get a chance to clean your Traeger grill, it’s important to remember all the steps. This guide is going to walk you through the entire process, step by step. First, unplug the grill and lift off the grates. Next, pour a pot of sanitizing solution into the fire pot and scrub it with a stiff brush. Finally, use a dry cloth to clean the ridges on the bottom and sides of the pot.
What To Do Before Cleaning
Before you clean your Traeger grill, first read these instructions. If you still have questions, please call our customer service department at 1-888-944-2762.
• remove all the removable racks and components
• blower door and smoke stack must be remove to clean inside
• clean all surfaces with a brass bristle brush
• use a wirebrush to remove any built up debris on the heating element
• make sure to dry all surfaces before reassembling
• use a water squirt bottle to lubricate moving parts while cleaning
How to Wash the Fire Pot
How to Wash the Fire Pot
If you are like many cooks, your Traeger fire pot is a key kitchen piece. And like all kitchen pieces, it needs to be cleaned regularly. Here’s how to clean the fire pot on your Traeger grill:
How to Dry the Fire Pot
There is no need to wash the fire pot when it is dirty. All you need to do is dry it off. To dry the fire pot, put it over a low flame and let the heat cook the surface of the pot until it is hot. You can then use a towel to wipe the pot clean.
Tips and Tricks for a Better Cleaning
Clean cooking surfaces help eliminate food build-up and ash.
Use a spray cleaner and warm water to clean the sides, bottom and lid of the Traeger pot. Wipe the inside of the pot with a cloth soaked in hot water. Turn off the heat before using any harsh chemicals or scouring pads.
To clean the drip pan, pour boiling water into the pot and let it cool for a few minutes. Pour a little dish detergent into the water and scrub the surface with a brush. Pour more boiling water into the pot and rinse with cold water. Swirl your hand around the inside of the drip pan to remove all debris. Make sure to dry the drip pan completely before re-installation on the grill.
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