If you are anything like us, you probably have a George Foreman grill at home. When the weather starts to turn, we use our Foreman grill to grill indoors and avoid the snowfall. There’s no reason why the snowy weather has to keep us from enjoying our favorite meals. There is only one aspect of these grills that is vexing to us: the cleaning process. No one likes to scrape all of the leftover grease and grime off the Foreman grill.
These grills are an absolute magnet for unwanted residue. The worst part of all? No amount of elbow grease can seem to get them fully clean again. We scrub and scrub and scrub, to no avail.
Thankfully, blogger Judith’s Mama is looking to assist us with this endeavor. Her method is awesome and effortless. You’ll be able to clean your grill with little to no assistance going forward.
Once you are done using the grill, you need to unplug it. Take three or four pieces off your paper towel rack and wet them up. Make sure that they are folded into a square shape and properly layer them. Put the paper towels on the grill as soon as these steps have been completed. Close the Foreman grill, go enjoy your dinner, and check back in an hour or so.
All you need to do is take the paper towel off the grill when you’re done eating. This hack does all of the work for you. There’s no need to worry about the scrubbing and cleaning that normally takes place. The vigorous cleaning that would normally damage the grill can finally be avoided.SKM: below-content placeholder