BBQ Side Burner Blackens Pots

How do I stop the BBQ side burner from blackening pots?

By Sarginson from Oshawa, ON

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June 29, 20090 found this helpful

When camping, we rub dishwashing liquid on the bottom and sides of our pots to prevent blackening; just smear a dab or two of it around with your hand or a paper towel. I suspect this will work for your situation as well.

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July 3, 20090 found this helpful

I was going to say the same thing - if you can't fix the burner, at least keep the pots from getting all sooty. This works great for pots on any kind of fire - the soap just slides right off when you wash the pot.

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July 5, 20090 found this helpful

I tried the liquid dish soap and it cleaned up in a snap. Is there any information on how to stop the burner from burning in such a way as to blacken the pots in the first place? There must be a way to set the burner on a BBQ to burn clean like stove inside the trailer.

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