Your fire pit has been in full work mode. Family and friends gather around it marshmellows are roasted over it and its become the center piece of your outdoor area as so it should. Throw some firewood in it, light it and enjoy it. What could be easier?
Cleaning your fire pit is just as easy and with regular cleaning and maintenance your fire pit should last you for many seasons.
Ash will naturally accumulate after any wood fire, and once you make sure it's cooled down completely, it should be poured or scooped out into any trash receptacle. It is important to make sure there are no hot embers before you do this.
Steel fire pits are by far the easiest to clean. Once you've removed the ash, just spray it clean with a hose, and gently wipe it down with a mixture of soap and water. If it's not to heavy, you can tip it, to remove the excess water and let it drip dry. If your fire pit is to heavy to tip, just make sure all the water is removed and let it air dry.
Don't forget your spark cover if you have one. Every few months it should be cleaned with soapy water and a wire brush then dried with a soft cloth.
That's it. Your fire pit is ready for use.