Here's What to Look for When Selecting a Grill Brush
by Don Lowry
Not All Grill Brushes Are Created Equal
Every backyard bbq chef knows that when the cooking is done and the last hamburger or steak has been delivered to someone's plate, the grill is left with foul bits of charred food on the ridges and in the gaps of the grill grid. Not exactly what you would like to be faced with the next time you prepare for outdoor cooking. Getting the mess scrubbed up takes a little extra time, but it is worth the value of a clean surface for your next outing.
Many home grillers will let this unappealing situation go until time for the next cookout, but this is truly not such a good idea as by then the grime has congealed and hardened making the cleaning chore much more difficult, almost always leaving some greasy remains to be incorporated into the next meal. This not only presents a bad appearance, but also produces the chance that some weird germs have had a opportunaity to get traction in the debris that has been lying around for a while.
The best practice is to do the cleanup immediately before the grill has had a chance to cool, but this is at just the same time when the cook wants to take a breather with his family and friends to savor the feast. For this reason it is important to choose a cleaning tool that will get the job done quickly and as effortlessly as possible.
The answer for most outdoor chefs is a grill brush, but grill brushes appear in many configurations and sizes, so picking the one that will perform the best is not necessarily that simple. Here are some features to look for when deciding on the best brush for you:
Price is always a consideration of course, but when buying a grill brush it is advisable to pay a little more to obtain a brush which will be easy to use, will be efficient in attaining a clean grill and will provide a high level of safety.
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