How do I use Kettle Scrape™ to clean my charcoal kettle grill?
When your kettle grill is cold, remove the grilling and ash grates.
Clear the ash buildup with the on-board cleaning system (such as the Weber One-Touch System or other).
Scrape the kettle bowl with Kettle Scrape™ pushing the residual ash, grime and debris through the vent slots.
Scrape the inside of the kettle lid removing any loose scale and deposited grit and grime.
Since Kettle Scrape™ is available in a short- and long-handle version, which scraper should I choose?
The standard or short handle version is aimed at relatively shallow kettles like Weber's 14' thru 26" grills. For longer reach into a deeper kettle like a Weber Bullet or Kamado grill a long handle model is best.
Do I use Kettle Scrape™ when the grill is hot?
No. Remove the grilling and charcoal grates when they are cold and then scrape the kettle and lid.
Do I need to clean my Kettle Scrape™ after each use?
There is no need to clean your Kettle Scrape™ after each use; however, you may choose to wipe off any grime that may adhere to it from time-to-time.