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GrillArt Grill Brush Bristle Free & Scraper $17 + Free shipping w/ Prime

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The selling point was you don't have to worry about wire bristles in your food. But the wires on this thing broke right away. It also requires way more scrubbing effort to clean than your standard brush. I'm not impressed .
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just ball up some aluminum foil instead; way safer and easier.
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Spiral bristles are terrible. They're supposedly "perfect for porcelain coated grates"

They aren't. They don't actually get in between anything. They're mind boggling and terrible.
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If you are worried about wire bristles left on your grill, it's 'ok'. I found I had to use the corners of the brush to really clean the grates.
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After seeing some of these comments, what brush IS the best?
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After seeing some of these comments, what brush IS the best?
high heat & scraper
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Agreed, I own this and it is terrible. Buy a cheap bristle brush every year or learn to use foil and high heat
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After seeing some of these comments, what brush IS the best?
High heat and a onion cut in half. It seasons your grill, and is much cheaper. No joke.
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I dont have anything against the OP or this deal , but its interesting that SD took down my post couple of weeks ago because the seller did not have 1000+ reviews , and yet this one is posted where seller has under 400 reviews.. Double standards?
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After seeing some of these comments, what brush IS the best?
The brush in the OP lasted me one use. One. And it did a lousy job.

I have been using the brush in the following link for three years without issue: https://www.lowes.com/pd/Weber-Gr...h/50113628
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Have this one and it works fine. Not as easy as wire bristles, but having found a wire bristle on a kid's burger previously its a trade off I'll make. Also, if you look at the corners of the scraper side of this, that notch nestles pretty well into my Weber Spirit grates so I just give any tough stuff a quick scrape with the corner notch and then clean up with a wipe down on the spiral side. Good deal OP
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After seeing some of these comments, what brush IS the best?
I use a wire wheel like this (https://www.amazon.com/Forney-727...41&sr=8-10) chucked in a drill. Super fast, doesn't require a lot of pressure, and does a way better job then any hand scraper. Also the bristles are large enough that I wouldn't be that worried about missing one left on the grill surface.
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Any of these brushes will do a simalr job and no matter how much you pay for it it'll look like crap in a week or two.

Simple answer?? Go to Dollar Tree and buy 3 or 4 at a dollar each and toss them after a few weeks.
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