Fresh Football

Football season has officially started and we all know that means tailgating, grilling and big game parties.  Here are some tips and tricks using common household products to keep those game days as perfect as possible.

Grilling is a fun and delicious way to cook.  To keep your grill performing at its optimum level, we recommend cleaning it after every use. Cleaning a hot grill is always easier than cleaning a cold one.  If the grill has been sitting for a while let it heat up for 15 minutes, then scrub the grate with a stiff wire bristle brush. This will scrape off large bits of food and charcoal.  Put some vegetable oil on a paper towel and using your grill tongs, rub down the whole grate.  The oily paper towel will take off the soot and smaller particles while also treating the grate so that your food does not stick to the grill for next time.  If you do this every time you cook, your grill will stay in great condition and the food you cook on it will never have that odd taste often left behind by not so clean grills.

Hosting a party can be a little stressful, especially if you don’t want your carpets to get ruined.  There will always be the possibility of a spill during an intense game, but follow these simple steps, and you won’t have to worry about permanent stains.  Once a spill happens, use a cloth to blot as much excess liquid as possible.  Pour a little soda water over the stain the blot again.  Repeat this until the stain is gone.

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Thanks from the Perfect Shine Housekeeping family.

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