To clean the gas grill burner is very important if the burner is to burn evenly and also to maintain a hygienic environment. The burner will have to be removed when it is being cleaned.
The best tool to use at the initial stage of cleaning is a wire brush. This cleaning tool will help to remove any loose corrosion or excess residue on the exterior of the gas grill burner.
It is possible to have the gas holes clogged with dirt and this can be removed with the help of a paper clip that has been opened. Most of the grill burners come with venture tubes which can be cleaned using the venture brush, specially made for this kind of cleaning task.
Corrosion damage is almost inevitable with any gas grill burner. An inspection of the gas grill burner should be able to determine the extent of the corrosion in the burner assembly. One of the places on the gas burner that is most likely to have corrosion is on the seams. These are areas where the metal is folded over each other during manufacturing.
The seams are notorious for trapping grease and it here that the corrosion often starts. If the gas grill burner shows signs of uneven burning then an inspection of the burner’s holes may reveal clogged holes or openings. This should be cleaned out and the flaked parts replaced.