1. Does the COOK-AIR BBQ require maintenance?
The COOK-AIR BBQ is a high-tech BBQ. A minimal, regular maintenance will ensure many years of usage.
2. Does the COOK-AIR BBQ create lots of ashes?
The advanced technology of the COOK-AIR BBQ allows a maximum combustion of the wood. At the end of a cooking session there is usually a small quantity of ashes, about the size of a quarter.
3. How should I clean my COOK-AIR BBQ after cooking?
To clean the combustion chamber, allow the BBQ time to cool down. Then, set the command of the fan at low speed (level 1), remove the cooking grate and start removing residues of ashes from the combustion chamber in a circular motion, using the supplied brush. Dispose of the ashes in a safe manner and ensure that the combustion chamber is free from all residues. Make sure that the holes of the combustion chamber are not blocked and if so, clean them using a paper clip.
4. Can I leave my COOK-AIR BBQ outside when I am not using it?
COOK-AIR BBQ uses an electric blower. Therefore, it is highly recommended to store it in a dry area between usage in order to protect it from the rain or any other weather conditions.