There is an outdoor kitchen with a large propane BBQ, a Blaze Model BLZ5LP with 5 cast stainless steel grill burners at 14,000 BTU each and a 10,000 BTU back burner. Main grilling area is 684 square inches (37 x 18 inches.) Turn on the gas below the grill to use it, and turn on the burners as needed. The gas is on a 60 minute timer, just add time as you need it (we did this since we have had renters forget and leave the gas just running.) Clean when done!

Exterior Cleaning
When cleaning your appliance, always scrub and polish in the direction of the stainless steel grain. Wipe down the exterior of the appliance to remove any splatter or grease. Do not use harsh abrasives. Use a stainless steel cleaner to clean the exterior surface for a polished look. To remove baked-on foods, use a fine to medium grit nonmetallic abrasive pad with a stainless steel cleaner to avoid specks of grease collecting in the grain causing the appearance of rust. Before installing the cover, always allow the surface to dry. DO NOT cover a damp appliance.

Drip Tray
Clean the drip tray after each use. Failure to do so could result in a fire. Once the appliance has cooled completely, remove the tray by pulling it all the way out until it comes free. Clean the tray with hot soapy water and re-install. If using an oven cleaning agent, be sure to carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid damage to the stainless steel.

Heat Separators, Flame Tamers, Grilling and Warming Racks
To clean (should clean after each use ), turn the main burners on HIGH for 10-15 minutes with the hood closed. This allows any food particles or grease drippings to burn away. Brush components with a stainless steel bristle brush to remove any remaining charred materials.

Failure to clean the grill will result in a deduction from your security deposit for the cleaning to be done for you.

Link to Blaze manual