Do you have a dirty grill? I don’t know anyone who actually cleans their grill faithfully. And of those who do, they all complain about how hard it is to find a good grill brush. I was privileged to be one of a handful of people asked to review the Great Aussie BBQ Grill Brush.
The Great Aussie BBQ Grill Brush has stainless steel bristles that are strong and more durable than brass bristles, yet are safe for use with porcelain coated grill grates or Weber grills.
This grill brush has all angles covered with its wide head and spiral designed bristles, which means that the brush can be used in different directions for more effective cleaning. Their innovative design has added extra bristles around the corners of the brush for easier removal of cooking residue that gets baked on between the grill grates.
Here’s my dirty grill before I started using the grill brush. I turned on my grill to heat it up before cleaning. I brought along a bucket of water to do a thorough cleaning job.
I had both hands on my grill brush because I wanted to make the grates sparkle.
Here’s what it looks like half clean. The left side is the clean side and the right is still dirty.
And here it is as clean as I could get it, which was pretty clean. All this in about 10 minutes. I really like this grill brush. It does what it claims to do.
However, I do have one issue. I found that the handle wasn’t strong enough to put much pressure on the handle. Right here:
If the handle was reinforced, it would be the best grill brush ever. It comes with a 12 months money-back guarantee.
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