I’m sure you’ve been using your barbecue all winter (right?) but, if you’re like most of us, you’ve been sprinting back into the house after a quick check on the grill outside. Cleaning your grill has been secondary to preventing frostbite. We understand. But now, spring is here and it’s time to clean your barbecue. Check out this article on our website for a primer on how to get your barbecue tidied up for the grilling season. A lot of us have stainless steel barbecues these days. They’re durable and nice to look at but they can get scummy-looking if you ignore them for awhile. Luckily, we have a solution for barbecue scum: Lou’s 222. In our business, one goes through a lot of stainless steel cleaner and this made-in-Calgary product is the best one we’ve tried yet.