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An oven cleaner foam will work. make sure grill is in an area where dripping cleaner will not be a problem or place tarp or liners underneath to catch the mess dripping out. Spray on the metal areas, wait the recommended time on the can for cold ovens, hose or wipe off. Check warnings on the can first to see what, if any, surfaces need to be avoided

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