- NEW & IMPROVED
- Bristle Free, Double Helix Design
- Specifically designed for use with your GrillGrates
- Dual Head design allows you to clean two valleys at once
- Durable galvanized steel "springs"
- 15" total length- 9.5" handle, 4" brush heads
- 100% Made In America
Designed especially for GrillGrate valleys. Patented bristle-less design. Made in the USA by Brushtech. Durable and easy to clean under hot tap water.
The GrateBrushDesigned especially for GrillGrate valleys. Patented bristle-...
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Cleans Tough Stuff
Posted by David Konkol on Sep 2nd 2017
Because the Grill Grates get very hot, almost nothing is left. If there is anything left, this gets it out and is also good on other grates.
Posted by T. Hannon on Sep 1st 2017
I have had this for about a year. Springs need to be wider. Only good for big chunks in the valley. I wish the description would have been clear about that before I bought it. I'm going to try the "commercial grade grill brush".
Hi T- Brad here we made the brush as wide as possible- but you are correct it is for large debris. Keep in mind the black patina is normal and helps in nonstick. Seasoning is key to GrillGrates cleanablitly as well as non-stick.
Posted by Charles Thomas Nordstrom on Aug 24th 2017
I have used the this brush five times now. Frankly, it's not that effective. Wouldn't recommend it.
Michael here- the brush is intended for major debris in the valleys. Keep in mind the side walls and valleys will blacken with a patina that is permanent. We are sorry you feel the brush is ineffective.
Great Grill Grate brush
Posted by Barry Hoyer, Sr. on Aug 21st 2017
This brush fits perfectly between the ribs and makes cleaning so much easier.
Wish it Were Wider
Posted by Andy on Aug 17th 2017
From an aesthetics stand point the brush should have a wood handle to match the rest of the GrillGrates tools. As for use, I wish two things. First I wish the brush heads had more girth. I find myself have to work extra hard to brush each side of a valley. Second, I wish the brush had more heads. Just having 2 skinny heads is time consuming. The only thing it seems to be good at is cleaning the bottom of the valleys.
Brad here- the brush is intended for major debris and keep in mind the side walls and valleys will blacken with a patina that is permanent. I only use the brush a few times a week and not even every time I grill. I hear you on the wood handle but we are so happy its made in the USA- one of the few brushes NOT made in China!
Best way to clean grill
Posted by Philip on Aug 7th 2017
I was just using the special spatula that came with the grill grate. Decided to order the Grate brush and it does a far superior job at keeping the valleys of the grill grate clean. I also using a small shop vac to vacuum up the valleys after using the Grate brush..
Not That Great
Posted by Unknown on Jul 23rd 2017
Doesn't clean the vertical sides of the rails, doesn't clean liquid grease off. Does a reasonably good job of getting backed on crud off the bottom of the valley
Posted by Ken on Jul 20th 2017
Works well for getting down between the ridges of the grates. Cleans with little to no effort.
Works as advertised
Posted by Shaun Salley on Jul 6th 2017
Clever tool to clean the valleys and sidewalls of the rails, worth buying.
better than other options
Posted by Unknown on Jun 23rd 2017
The "bristles" part of the brush need to be a little wider to really snug into the valleys. Main problem is that the brush ends up pushing a carbon residue heap toward the end of the grate where the heap becomes trapped in the end of grate valley, tough to clean. Conventional grates allow the carbon residue to fall into the grill bottom where it is then cleaned out periodically. Brad here- you are right in that debris will stay on top and not all fall through the holes. I get a little debris pile (as I push to the back) and empty it every once in a while. It doesn't smoke but reminds me how much "flavor" is saved and added back with GrillGrates!
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