Grilling tips

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -

As Cana­di­ans em­brace warmer weather, RSA Canada has re­leased its top five ways to en­joy safer gas and non­gas bar­be­cu­ing. Here’s the sec­ond of the two lists; the first one ran on Thurs­day.

Gas bar­be­cue safety 1. Make sure the lid is open to pre­vent gas build up when light­ing the bar­be­cue. 2. Never ig­nite the grill with a match or cig­a­rette lighter - only use the built-in elec­tronic ig­nit­ers or other de­vices as pro­vided or rec­om­mended by the man­u­fac­turer. 3. Be­fore each use check for leaks by ap­ply­ing soap and wa­ter to all con­nec­tions, hoses and the cylin­der head. If bub­bles form, you have a leak and must tighten the con­nec­tions or re­place the de­fec­tive part. 4. When stor­ing, make sure the tank and the grill are both turned off. 5. Never store a gas grill in­doors with the tank at­tached.

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