How do I know which Weber Q series I have?
The serial number consists of one or two letters found on the lid damper, plus the bar code containing 5 or 6 numbers, located under the control panel. Located in the upper right-hand corner of owner’s manual. Older units had a bar code underneath the stainless steel charbin cover.
Are all Weber Q grills the same size?
The series contains eight different models that come in different sizes with various features and include liquid propane, natural gas, and electric models. Choose from small, bare-bones models or full-sized models with all of the bells and whistles. There is a Q that will fit your needs.
Why are my Weber grill grates rusting?
One of the most important things to remember is that grease and oil are completely different things. Grease causes rust – oiling your grill grates prevents rust from happening. Cleansing food particles/cooked grease and junk away from the surface of your grill allows the Chromium to do its job – keep the rust away.
How do you clean grill grates?
Fill a sink or bucket with warm water and approximately 1/2 cup of baking soda. In a bowl, mix up a paste of Dawn dish soap and baking soda. Apply the paste to the grates, making sure to get in all the nooks and crannies, and let the grates soak for at least 30 minutes. Then scrub, wash, and rinse.
How do you fix rusted BBQ grates?
Vinegar and Baking Soda: Baking soda can work wonders on rust. When mixed with vinegar, it forms a potent paste. Rub the paste on rust spots and let it sit for about 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
How do you restore a rusted grill grate?
Vinegar and Salt Rust Remover Combine 2 parts vinegar to 1-part salt into a spray bottle. Thoroughly cover the grates in the vinegar solution and store in an old plastic bag overnight. Once the grill grates have soaked overnight, wipe the grates with an old cloth to remove all the rust residue.
Why are my grill grates rusting?
Grease causes rust – oiling your grill grates prevents rust from happening. Cleansing food particles/cooked grease and junk away from the surface of your grill allows the Chromium to do its job – keep the rust away.