Grill Grate Cleaner

Reach the Bottom

Cleaning your grill grates when you’re done cooking is a good habit, but we rarely delve any deeper than the surface. How would you even reach that gunky, blackened underside?

GrillFloss answers the question with a grill grate cleaner that reaches all the way around each grate. The hook-like head makes quick work of clearing
away char, leftover food, and any other debris. The head is also dual-sided to fit the two most common grate sizes.

It’s the perfect complement to the regular cleaning duty your grill brush does. We found GrillFloss works best when the grill is still warm, and if you use long, fluid motions—just don’t use it on porcelain or cast iron.

Creators Mike Persichina and Marcus Lee met while studying Industrial Design. Mike had worked for a sheet metal company, too—making an ideal combination of skills to create this streamlined metal tool.

Thanks to these two inventors, you won’t have to wonder what’s lurking below the surface of your grill anymore.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Michael

    Hello everyone! I'm Michael Persichina, co-founder of GrillFloss. I am excited and honored to have my grill cleaning invention featured as today's Grommet. As an avid griller and the owner of a professional grill cleaning service, I see first hand the limitations of the traditional grill brush and how often wire bristles rub off and end up on grill grates. I created GrillFloss to improve grill cleaning and eliminate the danger of those loose bbq brush bristles ending up in your food and stomach.

  • Teresa
    5/24/2016 11:27 AM

    Can you make these for cast iron grill grates, too?? I love this idea.

  • Michael
    Michael – Special Guest
    5/24/2016 11:59 AM


    Thank you for your comment Teresa.

    The biggest challenge of cast iron grill grates are their atypical shape that is not perfectly round. If we can solve that problem, you will definitely see a GrillFloss for cast iron grates!

  • Nalinna
    5/24/2016 1:35 PM

    Does this mean this GrillFloss will NOT work on cast iron grill grates? Or that it just won't work as well?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    5/24/2016 1:46 PM

    It means it wasn't designed for a cast iron grill grate, Nalinna. You may have success, but it wasn't the intended use.

  • Howard
    5/24/2016 11:34 AM

    CBS News had a report on the dangers of wire bristle barbecue cleaners. Ingesting a loose wire can result in a hospital visit.

    This looks like a much safer alternative. I would urge all users of wire brushes to dispose of them immediately, and use a safer alternative.

  • Michael
    Michael – Special Guest
    5/24/2016 11:57 AM


    Yes, almost every year around this time we see at least one story on the news about some poor soul ingesting a wire bristle and ending up in the hospital.

    I too would agree with you that wire brushes should be disposed of annually.

    Over the years we keep hearing from satisfied customers that Safety has been their motivation for trying GrillFloss.

  • Emily
    5/24/2016 2:21 PM

    So what happens with porcelain? Would it scratch it off? I'm assuming that's what my grill is, as it's black smooth and shiny, not just metal.

  • Michael
    Michael – Special Guest
    5/24/2016 3:10 PM


    GrillFloss is not recommended for porcelain coated grates. Depending on the age of the grill grate, GrillFloss has been known to scratch off the porcelain on coated grates.

  • Steven
    5/24/2016 3:01 PM

    The E-Mail subject regarding this product says "Take your grill to the dentist". WHY would I take my grill to the dentist?

  • Michael
    Michael – Special Guest
    5/24/2016 3:13 PM


    It sounds like a play on words since flossing eludes to deep cleaning of teeth like how you would at the dentist.

    In a similar way, GrillFloss allows grill enthusiasts to deep clean their grills since like teeth, brushing is not enough.

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    5/24/2016 3:15 PM

    The product is called GrillFloss, kind of loses its luster when you have to explain it...

  • Christine
    5/24/2016 6:47 PM

    I noticed replacement heads. How long does the original one last? After how many cleanings should I expect to need a replacement?

  • Michael
    Michael – Special Guest
    5/24/2016 7:42 PM


    To be quite honest, the cleaning heads of the GrillFloss rarely breaks under normal usage and lasts for years.

    From my experience, the main reason why customers order spare cleaning heads is that over time, the cleaning heads do get dirty and lose it's original luster, in which case GrillFloss owners prefer to put in a brand new shiny cleaning head.

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