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  • theroc
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    I have the Bristle Free Grill brush (your second link). It is a bit of snug fit to get it into the Grill Grate troughs, but when you do it works fairly well. I purchased a two brush version of this from Grill Grates that was easier to work.

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  • Eggy72
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    I have a chain mail cleaner for my cast iron that works great, so I could see this being effective.

  • HotSauceBob
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    One tool that I use to clean my smoker parts, especially the heat diffuser plate, is an old plastic card (like a credit card). Scrapes aways the stuck on stuff pretty good.

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  • willxfmr
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    I'd say I have no clue. Can't wait to hear what you think of it.

  • smokenoob
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    Interesting, kind of medieval looking!

  • Bbqmikeg
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    Bbq Dragon Chainmail grill grate brush looks pretty good as a bristle free option. I ordered it even though the brush handle looked weak. What do you guys think?
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  • Sam6687
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    I have been happy with my grill rescue, bonus for me is it works equally well on the the blackstone as it does grates for the grill\smokers

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  • Troutman
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    Agree

  • jerrybell
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    I use one of these:
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    Followed by one of these to hopefully knock off any loose bristles left on the grate from the first. Although I've never seen a loose bristle. I I just don't think the one below cleans as well as the one above.

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  • Redwng
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    Welcome from St. Cloud, FL.

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  • jfmorris
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    Troutman I am just commenting on the fact that it is safe and doesn't shed. My preferred brush is the closed handled stainless welding brush - it does a great job. I never bought one of the coiled ones - and I am surprised this one has lasted so long.

  • Troutman
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    Man I've got 2-3 of those coiled kind and they suck as far as I'm concerned. Come on over I'll let you have mine, we can drink a PBR together !!

  • Troutman
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    I use the RonB dandelion puller thingie and (wait for it) a good old WIRE brush. That's right I'm living dangerously. To be honest they still overall do the best job for me. You just have to be sure to properly rinse and rub down the grates for any possible loose bristles, never had any problems. But that's me, I'm a renegade and live on the edge.

    I am intrigued by the Grill Rescue. When it came out I almost got one but forgot. I did buy a steam cleaner machine that works really well but I'm too lazy to set the thing up just to clean a grate before cooking. Steam is the best way to go.
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  • Troutman
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    And it does a dual job of picking you dandelions too

  • TheQuietOne
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    My dad always used a broken piece of a brick. It worked great so I continued the tradition.

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