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Dealing With A Grease Fire On A Propane Grill

In our last blog, we talked about ways to grill healthy. But we also want you to do it safely!
Usually, grilled food is cooked up without a hitch – especially on an easy-to-use propane grill.

But any time you’re dealing with fire and grease, accidents are always a possibility – and it’s important for you to know exactly what to do, and not to do, if you have a grease fire or flare-up.

How To Handle A Grill Fire

Here’s what you should do if your flame-broiling goes a bit too far:

Tips For Avoiding A Grease Fire And Flare-Ups

Of course, the best way to deal with grease fires and flare-ups is to avoid them in the first place. Here are the best ways to do it.

 
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