Water is like Mother Nature’s nuke. If given enough time, it can break, crack, and erode anything it wants. Think pot holes, leaky roofs, old cars, and mountains. Even the Grand Canyon is said to have been carved by the Colorado River. Water is destructive. Think of what it’s doing to your grill.
The corrosion, the rust—blizzards and thunderstorms are quickly sucking the lifeblood from your grill. Water gets into cracks and then freezes, pushing and cracking your grill apart. And with how much you paid for a nice grill, this must not be allowed to happen.
There’s a simple fix, really: grill covers. I know you feel like a pansy, throwing a cover over your grill after you’re done, but it will save you a lot of grief in the long run. I would recommend a Veranda or Hickory cover made by Classic Accessories (click here to see some). The problem with vinyl covers is that temperature extremes and sun exposure can cause the vinyl to crack and peel, giving you a very delicate grill cover. The Verandas and Hickorys are waterproof treated fabric covers—giving it the flexibility to flux with temperature changes while remaining extremely durable and water resistant. Fitted with buckle straps and toggle cords, you can completely secure and adjust this cover to fit perfectly over your grill.
And, this might be too much information, but it has a nice zippered pocket on the front that holds all of your grilling accessories. I’ll never admit it out loud (except to you, but I’m also not using my real name on this blog) but I love that accessory pocket. I can keep my stuff all in one place and not have to worry about it, because during the winter, all my grilling stuff gets lost in the abyss that is my kitchen.
Convenient, durable, and weatherproof, this cover is one mean beast against Mother Nature.
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