Traeger All-Natural Grill Cleaner

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The best way to clean your Traeger grill is with our Traeger All Natural Grill Cleaner.

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Cleaning Instructions
Maintaining & Cleaning Your Pellet Grill
Cleaning & Maintaining a Flat Top Grill

 

About Traeger All-Natural Grill Cleaner

Grill Cleaner SKUs

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  • Retail SKU: BAC403 & BAC679
    • Both SKUs are the same product and sold in retail.
  • International SKU: BAC576

Grill Cleaner Ingredients

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  • Non-chlorinated water
  • Non-ionic wetting agents
  • Sequestrant
  • Plant extract

Storing Your All-Natural Grill Cleaner

  • Store and transport in the upright position. 
  • Keep closed when not in use.
  • Store in cool, dry, well-ventilated area.

How to Use Traeger's All-Natural Grill Cleaner

When cleaning your grill, also refer to Maintaining & Cleaning Your Pellet Grill or  Cleaning & Maintaining a Flat Top Grill.

Using on a Grill's Exterior

The directions below explain how to clean the grill's exterior:

  1. Spray cleaner liberally.
  2. Wipe the grill's exterior with a soft, damp cloth.

Using on a Grill's Interior

The directions below explain how to clean the grill's interior:

  1. Use a non-wire grill brush or non-abrasive pad to scrape off food and burnt grease.
  2. Spray the grill's interior surfaces liberally, including the grates.
  3. Let the spray sit for 10 minutes so that it cuts through grease.
  4. Scrub the grill's interior surfaces using a non-wire grill brush or non-abrasive pad.
  5. Wipe off the spray with a damp, soft cloth.

First Aid Treatment

Eye Protection

  • If contact occurs, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes.
  • If irritation persists, seek prompt medical attention.

Ingestion

  • Do not swallow.
  • If swallowed, give plenty of water to drink.
  • If discomfort occurs or persists, seek prompt medical attention or call the Poison Control Center.

Skin Contact

  • Wash exposed area with soap and water.
  • If irritation or pain occurs, seek medical attention.
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