Enjoy grilling more by keeping safe all the time. Practice safety grilling by checking out the grilling tools. Inspect the barbecue and propane tank and make sure all burner parts are free from rust, cobwebs, dirt and blockages. Check out if the hose is in good working order and be alert for signs of damage, loose or crack connections. Do not forget that a cracked hose could sent out propane and when lit could result to a flame that could reach several feet away.

Keep the grill clean by removing fat and grease buildup from the grills and trays below. Do not throw water on grease fire since this will cause the fire to grow and could create serious burns. Use a mixture of liquid and soap to check the cylinder connections and hoses. Rising bubbles when you turn the valve could indicate a leak. Make sure to repair and tighten hose connections until there are no more bubbles.

In case there are parts you are not sure of, make sure to replace them right away. There are many parts you can buy from different hardware or home depot stores. Make sure that children and pets are at least one meter away from the grill. When grilling, make sure to roll up your sleeves or wear tight-fitting sleeves and remember to keep the lid open when lighting the grill.

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