A couple of my readers inquired about How to remove ashes from a charcoal grill from the ashpan that is just below the Weber One-Touch Silver. Well, this may seem like a rather obvious question but, to be honest, after I bought my Weber One Touch, I was wondering the exact same thing. At first glance, the ash pan of the Weber One Touch appears to be in a stationary location and not easily removed to dispose of the ashes. Well, there certainly is a solution!
Here’s a quick youTube video of me removing the ash pan from my Weber 22 1/2″ Kettle Grill which has the same mechanism as the 18″ One Touch Silver. You can also check out the images below this video of me removing the ash pan from my Weber 18 1/2″ Weber Kettle Grill.
I put together a series of step by step images with descriptions that shows exactly how to remove the ash pan in order to safely dispose of the ashes. BTW, if you buy the standard version of the Weber 22 1/2″ Kettle Grill, the ash pan is removed the same way. We welcome any type of questions from our readers when it comes to anything associated with grilling and barbecue. And please remember, there are no dumb questions!
How to Remove the Ash Pan from a Weber One Touch
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I hope this article answers the question posed about cleaning the Weber grill ash catcher on the One Touch Silver model. This is just one of the answers to Weber grill maintenance questions that often come up with these superb grills.
Now that you know how to dispose of the ashes from your Weber grill, it is imperative that you dispose of those ashes in a safe container. Safe charcoal ash disposal should always be a prime concern if you love to grill with charcoal.
I also love to use my fireplace so I actually use this Behrens Locking Lid Can to dispose of the ashes in my fireplace as well as the ashes from my charcoal grills. The best thing about this can is the locking lid which is great if the ashes are still hot. A suggestion I would make before you lock the lid is to pick up a spray bottle and spray the ashes with some water just to give them a quick cool off. If you needed to know wow to remove ashes from a charcoal grill , particularly a Weber Grill, I hope this article and video helped you out.
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Bob started this passion site, Life with Grilling, in 2012. Life with Grilling has been a trusted source for grilling and barbecue tips, techniques, and accessories for over 10 years. Bob has been charcoal grilling for most of his adult life and smoking meats using a personally-configured stick-burner Brinkmann smoker since 2012.
His passion for charcoal grilling was instilled into him by his father who used charcoal on a basic grill to cook for his family on warm summer nights. Charcoal grilling and tending to his smoker has been a happy pastime of Bob’s, especially as he enters his retirement years.
His love of all things grilling and smoking has allowed him to review the best charcoal grills and grilling accessories available in the martketplace and to develop many recipes, grilling tips, and techniques over the years. He is eager to share his lifelong grilling experiences and expertise through Life with Grilling!