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Hey there, my name's Mark Newman-Kuzel, I'm president CEO of Maid U.S.A., and today I'm going to teach you how to clean stainless steel grills. I have some stuff stuck on here from last night's casserole. So, hopefully it's not too stuck on, it's only been there for about 12 hours. What you're going to want to do here is run some hot water, as hot as you can. I always recommend wearing rubber gloves so you don't scald your hands and get the products on your hands. But, I don't have any with me today, so I'm going to run that water, my sponge wet with some regular dish soap. Turn that off there. I'm going to use the scruffy side on this, because it's definitely caked on. You're going to just take each of these rungs. You want to make sure you do this in your kitchen sink too, and get it propped in there good. You don't want to drop any of this crud on your clean kitchen floor. Just kind of get in there with some elbow grease. Some of this i really not coming off with the scruffy, which is why you have your steel wool. Just kind of get in there. Always check with your vendor, too, where you got the stainless steel grill from. You want to make sure that you're able to use steel wool on it, because you don't want to destroy any finishes. I'm sure that it's pretty durable, so I don't have to worry about that. I'm scrubbing here, getting some good elbow grease. You're going to take your grill, flip it over. You want a little water on there, repeat the process, the scruffy reversed on your sponge. Then, your steel wool. You'll do that process for all the rungs here. Last step is to take your kitchen faucet, just rinse it all off really good. You'll finish it off by flipping your grill, doing this side as well, and then around. You can let it sit here and air dry, or you can take some paper towels and a towel to go ahead and dry it. And, that's how you clean a stainless steel grill. Mark Newman-Kuzel with Maid U.S.A.