Williams Sonoma Grill Cleaning Brush
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Maintaining the grates of your outdoor grill prevents foods from sticking and yields attractive and tasty results. This two-in-one tool makes routine care effortless, easily removing burned-on bits of food from a grill grate.
- Design combines a brass-wire scrub brush, a stainless-steel scraper and a steel-wool scrubber pad.
- Brass bristles are tightly wound into brush head for secure attachment.
- Long synthetic handle stays cool to the touch.
- Handle's tapered, rounded shape is comfortable to hold for heavy-duty grill cleaning tasks.
- Replacement heads sold separately.
- Coordinates with Williams Sonoma BBQ Tools.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 17 3/4" long.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Jeff from Very easy to use If you clean your grill when it's hot, especially just after cooking, this cleaner works like a charm. Heavy brush to get the big stuff off, and in between the grates. Light pad to finish the cleaning. Great combination.Date published: 2019-09-07Rated 1 out of 5 by dissatisfied customer from Terrible bbq grill brush This is the worst grill cleaner I’ve had. I don’t know why WS did away with the original grill cleaner with the round bristles but this new version’s bristles lasted one use. Also they do not scrape between the grates. It takes me roughly ten minutes to scrape the bbq sauce off the grates. The handle is also hollow compared to the older version, the one I had, I believe, was solid metal all the way through. WS please bring back the older version, at least the replacement heads. Very disappointed in this product.Date published: 2018-07-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Laughingcat from Use Only On A Hot Grill Love this tool. I have literally had it for 10 years this season and grill year-round. I titled this "Use Only On A Hot Grill" for 2 reasons: You should only clean the grill when it is hot otherwise you have a mess and if you use this or any bristle tool on a cold grill, you will pull the bristles right out. after changing the heads 12 times to date, I have never had a problem with bristle falling out.Date published: 2018-01-07