- 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"
- For maximum lifespan it is best to be stored out of the elements
- 15" total length- 9.5" handle, 4" brush heads
- 100% Made In America
**Not compatible with the Commercial GriddleGrate or Commercial GrillGrate
Designed especially for GrillGrate valleys. Patented bristle-less design. Made in the USA by Brushtech. Durable and easy to clean under hot tap water.
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works good until it rusts away
Posted by Unknown on May 15th 2020
It worked great until it rusted away. would be nice to have a stainless option. I stored this brush next to my other brush and my other brush is still going strong while this one lasted one season.
Brad here- we are aware of the rust issue. Even after rust happens it is still a very durable brush. However like a toothbrush- grill brushes don't last forever! Grill On!
Posted by Dan on May 14th 2020
Does not fit in the valleys of the grill grates. May push stuff out of the middle, but not in the edges. Very disappointed with this purchase.
To help others considering the valley brush- it does get the tough built up debris in the valleys but not seasoning or normal blackening- especially on the vertical sides of the raised rails. That vertical area does not see the buildup and flakes off over time. The valley brush will rust, but remains effective for about a year of heavy (2-3x a week) use. Grill On!
Next to useless
Posted by Trevor D Money on May 11th 2020
I was really looking forward to this arriving, but boy was I disappointed! Yes, I suppose it does a half decent job of removing any accumulated gunk on each INDIVIDUAL grate, but where you have grates attached to each other, THOSE sections, it can't get to the bottom of! They want you to pay for a second tool to do that! More luck with a heavy duty wire brush which does the same job as both these tools, for the whole grate! Why pay for two tools that 1 tool can do?
You are correct the joints can hold more debris than the brush will remove. We did make a scraper for that purpose and I love it on the rails too. You can detail your GrillGrates as much or as little as you want.
Perfect Prep Tool
Posted by Bill Moore on May 9th 2020
This is my second GG brush. The coils are stiff enough to hold their shape and cut through gunk for pre-cleaning the GG. It fits perfectly between the grates to sweep debris to the back of the GG for later deep cleaning. This brush, along with the scraper and tongs, are my favorite GG tools. I use them all each time I cook on my GG. Highly recommend all three GG tools. I read the other ratings about rusting...I keep my BBQ tools in the cabinet below and always cover my grill after use. I've never had a problem with rust - just be smart about storage.
Posted by Walter Ginther on May 1st 2020
If you could solve rust problem it would be have a great product.
We priced a stainless version it was 3X the cost. You can clean this brush once rusted too. The rust only happens when exposed to rain. Storing under the grill or away from elements works too.
Very helpful in cleaning
Posted by Unknown on Jan 25th 2020
This brush helps clean the sides of the ridges and valleys.
Posted by Unknown on Dec 22nd 2019
Sadly hoped for more from this product. Love the GrillGrates but this brush just doesn’t do an adequate job of cleaning. Misses all the corners where the searing plates meet the plate. Thinking maybe it’s just too rigid. Best off sticking with a small brush from clearance bins at hardware stores.
Brad here- you are correct that the joints of the grates where they hinge are not as easily cleaned. The Valleys do clean well though with the Valley brush. We came up with the scraper tool for the hinged area- or as you say use a paint scrapper. Grill On!
Right tool for the right job
Posted by Unknown on Dec 18th 2019
Happy So Far. I keep it oiled and inside and seems to be ok.
Good concept, but...
Posted by Jim Sluder on Nov 22nd 2019
As others have mentioned, rust is a problem with this tool. If the coiled brush heads could be made from stainless steel, I think it would be a great tool. The brush gets gunked up pretty quickly when cleaning the grates. I found the best way to clean it is submerging it in boiling water with some dish soap. Then DRY IT THOROUGHLY! Unfortunately, it will still rust eventually.
HI Jim- the price would triple to go to Stainless we looked. I am really hard on my tools and found as you that hot water soak and rinse really works. Even on rusting brush. Even rusted brush works well- but eventually the rust wins and it needs to be replaced.
Rusted after a week or so
Posted by lager1829 on Nov 8th 2019
Good concept but cheap materials given it is complete rust after a very short time. I have other brushes for years with no sign of rust. I did see the keep out of elements comment. I buy BBQ equipment MADE for the elements. This one did not cut it.