Alabama grill covers will add just the right amount of Crimson Tide pride to your next bar-b-Que or game day tailgate party. Your grill is the essential of your outdoor man kitchen. It is an investment, so you will want to protect it from the outdoor elements, like rain and humidity that could cause your outdoor grill to rust. If you take your grill to your tailgate spot it will be the focus for food preparation. Your grill can look its best from one football season to the next if you follow these tips.
After cooking, close the top and let the pieces of meat burn off the top portion of the grill.
Once it cools down. Empty the grease catcher into a container that has a lid and dispose of it in a appropriate garbage container.
Use a grill cleaning brush to rake off any remaining meat or vegetable residue.
Clean the outside of the grill and remove any grease spatter.
If you are using a charcoal grill, make sure all of the charcoals are cold before you bag it up and dispose of it.
Make sure your are following the University of Alabama tailing rules and guidelines for removing and disposing of all of your tailgate trash and left over food.
When it is time to head home , make sure your grill is tied down securely. Remove your Alabama Grill cover if you are transporting it in an open truck bed or trailer, so it does not blow away.
We hope you are there for the season opener against Western Kentucky on September 8, 2012, which will also air on the SEC Network.
So there’s not much time to get that Alabama grill cover ordered but the good news is SportsFanTreasures.com always ships out their regular or deluxe grill covers fast because we love our Bama fans and appreciate your business.
For more information about University of Alabama tailgating in 2012 please visit Kickoff on the Quad