- Lightly sand with steel wool, medium emery paper or fine sandpaper to remove damaged or oxidized areas
- After sanding rinse grill head and lid with clear water
- Before applying Degreaser Solvent to your gas, electric or charcoal grill, make sure unit is turned off and at ambient temperature.
- Wear rubber gloves and use in a well-ventilated area.
- Clean the grill dry using steel wool or wire brush. Apply Degreaser and allow to soak for 15 minutes. Use a wire brush or abrasive pad on heavy grease accumulations.
- Flush with water and wipe with a wet rag or paper towel.
- A second application may be necessary for heavily greased areas.
- Allow to dry completely before painting.
ONLY USE PAINT ON THE EXTERIOR OF YOUR GRILL.
Before paint prep work
- The surface must be free of grease, rust & wax
- Mask off or protect areas from overspray
- Allow can to warm to room temperature before use
- SHAKE can until metal ball rattles, then continue to shake for at least two minutes. When it stops rattling, you have shaken it up completely.
- Move can with smooth, even, dusting strokes, letting paint become tacky between coats
- Only apply enough paint for coverage; excessive spraying may result in runs
- Never spray with the valve partially open; press the spray tip all the way down
- If spray stops or becomes irregular, rotate spray head from side to side without removing from the valve. This will usually clear the spray head.
- After use, invert can and spray for 2-3 seconds to clear the valve and spray tip before storing
Once you have completed all the painting of your grill head and lid, wait until the paint is completely dry before using the grill.