Showing posts from July, 2023

  4. Sweater to Mitts Most individuals have at least one sweater laying around that they loathe. Why not take this sweater, cut out some hand shapes and sew it inside out to create a pair of super cute winter mitts? If you have a family, you could make matching mitts for everyone. 5. T-Shirt to Dress How many of us have old, baggy t-shirts that we have either had sitting around for ages, or were gifted to us by well-meaning friends or relatives with no taste? What better way to honor your friend than by turning their gift into an extremely cute strapless dress? It is quite easy to do, and you will be more than pleased with the results. There are different patterns for this sort of thing, so grab a baggy t-shirt and a pair of scissors and get moving. There will never be a shortage of old clothing. From young to old and everyone in between, we all have items in our closets that we are no longer using. Take them out and breathe some new life into them. You

  B is, in fact, for briquettes and cooking grids. These can both get quite greasy after use, so you want to get rid of that grease before you put them in storage. Turn the briquettes over so the greasy side is facing the burner. Keep the cooking grids in their regular place, then light the grill and keep the lid closed. Set the flame to high and leave it for 15 minutes - this should be long enough for the heat to burn the grease off the briquettes and grids. After everything has cooled off, remove the briquettes and grids and use the brush and the soapy water to clean off any remaining grease. Rinse, dry, and set them aside while you move on to the next step. C Is for Clogs You now need to clean the burner and tubes because if they are (or get) clogged with food drippings, they can short out the igniter flame. (And you really don't want to short out your igniter flame.) While the grill is in storage, spiders and insects sometimes "move into" the gas t