If the outside is stainless steel, window cleaner does real good. Just scrape the junk off the interior walls with a credit card or plastic puddy knife. Don't use a cleaner on the interior cause the black coating is the seasoning everyone talks about. Knock the crud off the grates, soak them overnight or dishwasher, and they'll turn out clean.
Welcome to the forum.

We've got a lot of new users this Jan, time for a little tutorial.

Check out the "featured" links at the top of this section and the open section. Those are the most important places to start (Lessons learned and questions for new users).

When asking a question, you'll get a quick answer if you learn to use the search function (sometimes takes a while to get written responses. And we do have over 100,000 replies, so there's a lot of info here.

Go to the link above left, click find, type in the search. Notice the button that has "search this forum checked". General owner questions will always be in the Smoker Owner forum for how to use the smoker.

I found about 2 pages when I searched on "clean smoker"

Specific topics are in the Open Section.

Now, a specific answer.

You really don't have to clean it much, it's a smoker. I do what Pags does, keep the big chunks cleaned up. Everything else gets seasoned well.

Welcome to the gang.

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