Originally Posted by dfess1
that way is more likely to start a fire.
It depends on where the grill is sitting and other factors. I grill in my driveway and I usually finish at 6 or 7 at night so by the time I'm ready to go to bed, the grill is completely cool so I can roll it back to its home underneath the work bench in my garage. If you have to put the grill away immediately after cooking, you are going to have a fire risk no matter what. Charcoal only lasts for an hour at max heat, so for me, its the quickest way to get my grill cool while burning off the grate at the same time.