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Grilling season is upon us — but have you actually ever thought about how you clean your grill? Sure, you can use a wire brush to scrap off charred bits. But, you wash your pans, even your cast iron with a little water. You may need to use a little more oomph to really clean your grill and get it ready for the next meal.
You may need a Grill Daddy Grill Cleaning Brush.
The Grill Daddy Cleaning Brush uses a combination of steam to melt away stuck-on food, grease and other residue and stiff stainless steel bristles to scrub the grates. Simply turn on the grill to get it hot, fill the brush’s handle with water and start cleaning. There are no chemicals involved, which is especially important when you’re cleaning anything you’re planning to cook with.
Grill Daddy Grill Cleaning Brush, $79.95
If you’re new to grilling, you may have more “charred” food stuck to the grates. (It’s OK, there’s a learning curve and everyone burns stuff.) But any stuck on food or grease could affect the taste of the next meal you want to grill.
You can find the Grill Daddy at Williams Sonoma for $79.95. In fact, it’s actually one of Williams Sonoma’s best-selling cooking tools. About 78% of buyers give it 5 out of 5 stars (84% give it at least 4 stars), with one calling it the “best brush ever.”
“Removed months worth of grease and char on the grill plates in an instant — recommended highly,” wrote another reviewer.
“Bought this for my husband who has tried other brushes, balled-up foil, etc. with not much success — grill grates still looked terrible. This brush is magical. What an incredible difference in the grates! So easy to use and such an amazing result for much less effort. A definite thumbs-up for this brush. Well worth the cost,” wrote another happy customer.
While anyone can grill, a lot of reviewers seemed to give the Grill Daddy as a Father’s Day gift. And really, it’s a great one to give. If you don’t know what to get dad this year, or you’re just sick of your dirty grill, give the Grill Daddy Cleaning Brush a shot.
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