Weber Grill Cleaners

Getting your grill to look brand new just got easier with the Weber Grill Cleaners. Each cleaner targets a specific area, both on the inside and outside of your grill. That means whether your grill needs help all over or on one specific section, you’re covered. With these incredible cleaners and just a little elbow grease, you’ll have the cleanest grill in your neighborhood!



What are your thoughts? (15)


William B

Is the stubborn spot cleaner safe for the painted doors and good on a Genesis?


Kevin Kolman

Hi William,

Thank you for the question. The Weber Exterior Grill Cleaner would be best to use on the outside of your Weber Genesis gas grill. I hope this helps.

Happy Cleaning!


Michelle S

We just purchased the Genesis 330 to replace our old Weber. We want to take better care of this grill. How do you recommend we clean it after each use? Thanks!


Kevin Kolman

Hi Michelle,

Congratulations on the Weber Genesis 330. First, I would recommend a cover. That will help with keeping the outside of the grill clean in between uses. If your grill does need a little extra clean, try the Weber Exterior Cleaner on the outside when the grill is cool. Next, keep the inside of the grill clean by preheating it for 10-15 minutes before each use. After the grill is preheated, use a stainless steel bristle brush to scrape off leftover food or debris that has accumulated on the cooking grates. Lastly, make sure you clean out the bottom tray of your grill, as well as take the grates and Flavorizer bars out once a month to examine the inside of your grill. I hope this helps.

Happy Grilling!


Briton R

I just bought a new Spirit E-310 with the porcelain coated grates. Does weber sell a recommended brush for cleaning without scratching the grates?


Kevin Kolman

Hi Briton,

Congratulations on the new Spirit E-310. The best brushes to use are the Weber stainless steel bristle brushes. We have tested these brushes and know they will give you the absolute best results. Let us know if you have any other questions. Enjoy your new Weber.

Happy Grilling!


Mark W

Mark says…
I am the proud new owner of a Genesis E-310. I’ve had it 3 days and used it twice so far with great results. This replaced my 3 year old rusted out stainless Char-Broil. Anyways, after each use, I have removed the grates, flavorizer bars, and heat deflectors to give them a quick scrub in hot soapy water, as well as wipe down the exterior. Is this overkill? Is it better to just do the 15 minute burn off? I heard a little coating on the flavorizer bars was a good thing. This probably sounds silly, but I just want to keep my Weber in top grilling form.


Jose D

Hi Kevin,

Quick question, Do you know where can I find the Weber cleaning products in Canada?




Jose D

Hi Kevin,

These are really good cleaning tips. I will definitely keep them in mind when I clean my Weber BBQ this weekend.

I wonder if they also apply to grill pans. I recently bought the Weber Stainless Steel Grill Pan . However, it has proven to be extremely difficult to clean after every time I use it. I’m at a point where it looks half-decent. I have mainly been using dish soap and hot water, for now. I was kind avoiding using stronger chemical cleaners.

What would you recommend I should do to clean the grill pan more easily?




Kevin Kolman

Hi Jose,

Thank you for the kind words. I am glad you are learning how to properly take care of your Weber. As for the grill pan, I would recommend using a stainless steel grill brush and some soap and water. You can also try using the Weber Grill Grate Cleaner which will also do a great job to remove some of the buildup. I hope this helps and keep the questions coming.

Happy Grilling!


Bob D


How do I clean the stains on the inside of the cast aluminum sides of the shroud of my 2013 Spirit E-210? They are dark orange (smoke?) stains that don't come of well with just soap and water. Is it safe to use the new Weber Grate cleaner? What about the Weber Stubborn Stain product? Thanks! Bob


Bergsteinn g

Hello Kevin
i just bought a brand new Q320 Weber grill and i am having a hard time getting some burned food of the grate. I was told that before the first use i should put vegetable oil on the grill while it was hot. Did that maybe damage the coating on the grate ?
Anyway what would be the best way to clean this excess food of the grate.
Thanks :)


Scott M

My Wife and I had bought a S-470 for Christmas to each other and use it pretty much everyday. Therefore, I have to clean it at least twice a month if not three. The only compliant I have at this point is taking out the propane tubes from the front of the grill. The Design Engineers need to incorporate a north slot for the screw head to go through. They designed a east and west slots, only for the flanges of the tube. The tube is difficult to turn east or west so that the screw head to go through because of the length of tube which it the rear of the grill. If there was a north slot, thee would be no need to turn the tube at all. And yes, I did take out the front and rear tube holders. I hope this make some sense to someone.

Other than that, the grill is perfect and I am enjoying the grill very much.

Scott Mitzel


Bob C

Hello Kevin,

I had my first grill cleaning afternoon today with my new Spirit, and it went well. I used the grate cleaner to clean out the hood as well as the grill grates, as you suggested. My wire brush seemed very effective in cleaning off the flavor bars, and I want to check with you to be sure this will not damage them. I used the Stubborn Stain Remover to clean out the catch pan, and it worked very well with grill pad scrubber after being allowed to sit and digest stuff for about 20 minutes. Any less time requires much more scrubbing. Next time should be easier after some minor technique tuning. Best wishes for good grilling.


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