One of the advantages offered by a gas barbecue is that it stays clean for longer than other models that we can find on the market, of course, it is necessary to clean it after use, to prevent the pieces from being damaged or rusted, but a thorough cleaning only needs to be done twice a year.
To clean you need a sponge, a metal brush, a soft cloth, and soap. You should start by lighting the barbecue to burn any residue of fat or food that has been adhered to it, leave it on high heat for 10 or 15 minutes, then turn it off and disconnect the gas supply.
Once it is warm, the grates are cleaned with the metal brush, the remains of food are removed, and then the grates are placed in a bucket of soapy water, preferably hot. While the grids are soaking, it can be used to clean the outside area of the barbecue, you can use a solution of soap and water, applying it with the sponge until the entire area is covered, then a damp cloth is passed to remove the soap and finally a dry cloth is passed.
Remove the grates from the bucket, scrub well with the sponge to remove any remaining food or grease, rinse with enough water and then proceed to dry them with a clean cloth. It is recommended once you have finished cleaning the barbecue to cover it so that it will keep it clean for longer.