Maintenance guide - How can I best take care of my outdoor kitchen?

Located outdoors, outdoor kitchens are exposed to wind, rain and other conditions that test the durability of outdoor kitchens. One factor that affects the durability of your outdoor kitchen is the type of steel, where we recommend 304 SS steel as the best option. Another important factor is care and maintenance of the kitchen. To maximise the life of your summer kitchen, we've put together our top tips for looking after your outdoor kitchen in the best possible way.
7 important points about maintaining your outdoor kitchen

1. All cleaning and maintenance should be carried out when the units are cold. If the unit is powered by LPG, turn it off and let it cool down before starting maintenance.

2. To maintain the high-quality appearance of your outdoor kitchen, we recommend washing it with mild soapy water and wiping it clean with a soft cloth, such as a microfiber cloth. Use cleaning agents suitable for stainless steel, e.g. WD-40 or Würth Cleaning for outdoor kitchens.

3. Cleaning the barbecue: The easiest way to clean barbecue grills is with a mixture of warm water and soap. For stubborn stains, use a non-abrasive cleaner, then rinse with water and let air dry. As the inside of LPG barbecues is not painted during manufacture, it may become discoloured after use. To remove this, you can
use a grill cleaner with a brush and then rinse with soapy water and let it air dry.

4. Myoutdoorkitchen Black Collection gets its black-grey colour through a chemical process requiring you to use oil-based detergents when cleaning your kitchen.

5. Do not use abrasive or flammable cleaning agents as they may cause damage or fire.

6. Do not apply corrosive barbecue or oven cleaning agents to painted surfaces.

7. If your outdoor kitchen is outside all year round, we recommend using a protective cover in combination with regular maintenance.

NOTE! Barbecues should be cleaned after each use. The remaining modules in the outdoor kitchen should be cleaned thoroughly at regular intervals.