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Walmart has select Grill Brushes on sale from $2.59. Store pickup is free. Otherwise, shipping is free w/ Walmart+ or on orders $35+.About this deal:
  • The Expert Grill Stainless Steel Deep Cleaning Grill Brush is $5.29 less (67% savings) than the list price of $7.88.
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msjc01 asked this question on 09-15-2021 at 09:13 PM
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Quote from cheezballs :
I personally use grill stones if I need something abrasive. Then wipe off any dust and then again with a wet towel.
Really depends what is stuck on there and what type of grates you have.
A grill stone cannot get into the tight corners where grill grates meet and where grease/food particles gather. And all that powder will stick to that oil in the corners, where it will transfer to your food.
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A grill stone cannot get into the tight corners where grill grates meet and where grease/food particles gather. And all that powder will stick to that oil in the corners, where it will transfer to your food.
That sucks. Works fine for me and my particular grill without issues.
There's not much wrong with using these wire brush kind if you're aware of the issue. Trouble is a lot of people have no idea, and BBQ is a very social thing, so they're putting their guests at risk with their own ignorance.
I'm sure you're careful, so no harm no foul. 😉
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Neighbor ended up having to be helicoptered to a distant ER for foreign metal object in her food. It probably wasn't a brush wire, but the point is that anything that can potentially leave sharp or piercing objects in the food is unsafe. The people laughing about how worrying about it is stupid are the kind of people who won't clean the grill properly after using it.

Even if you get a "good", expensive one, that doesn't mean it won't ever potentially shed at least one wire. Clean it hot when you're done, then when it's cool, take the grill off, rinse it and then wipe it down with a shop rag or brush it off with a plastic brush and just give it a quick inspection before you use it again.
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Thanks for the warnings. This is very good information to know.
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