Safety Tips for Outdoor Cooking
Use your grill only in well-ventilated areas—never inside a garage or on a covered patio. Your grill should also be placed away from any lowhanging tree branches.
Make sure the grill is clean, in order to prevent flare-ups. Also, check hoses for kinks or any deterioration.
Keep the cover open until you are sure the grill is lit—even if you have an electronic ignition.
When you’re finished, make sure to turn off the burner control and close the cylinder valve.
Propane cylinders should always be kept in an upright (vertical) position when stored or transported.
When refilling or replacing your tank, transport it in a well-ventilated or air-conditioned area of your vehicle—not the trunk—and bring it home immediately.
Always store propane cylinders outdoors—not in a garage or shed.