Cleaning your smokeless fire pit is fairly easy. After using your smokeless fire pit, allow it to completely cool before cleaning it. Once the fire pit has completely cooled, remove all of the leftover debris and ashes from the inside of the drum. There are a few different ways to do this. The first way is to tilt the fire pit on its side and dump it out. While on its side, gently roll the fire pit on the ground to knock loose any remaining ashes. Be sure to roll it on a soft surface, such as grass, to prevent damaging the outside of the fire pit Another option is to use a small shovel or tool to scoop out the ashes and dispose of them. Finally, a shop vac is a clean and easy way to remove the ashes from your fire pit. After your smokeless fire pit has been emptied, you may wipe the inside of the drum down with a clean dry cloth. It is recommended to empty out your smokeless fire pit after every use to prevent a build-up of ashes.

You may notice that the outside of your stainless steel smokeless fire pit has changed colors after use. This rainbow patina effect, caused by high heat on metal, is perfectly normal and harmless. Use a scouring pad to gently scrub the outside and top ring of the fire pit. Try to scrub in the direction of the grain. This will help to remove any tough dirt and grime. Next, lightly coat the outside of the fire pit with a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. Gently wipe off the cleaner with a soft cloth or paper towel. This will help to polish the stainless steel. This will not completely remove all of the discolorations from the stainless steel, but it will lessen it.

Another great way to keep your smokeless fire pit clean is to make sure that you always keep it covered when you are not using it. This will help to protect your smokeless fire pit from getting dirty or damaged by the weather.