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Bristle Free Steam Grill Brush

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  • Skip the harmful brushes and use steam to clean your grill
  • Dip in water and glide over hot grill grates
  • Pop the cleaning head right in the dishwasher or washing machine when it’s time to clean—you can even hose it off
  • Made in China
Materials
Polypropelene plastic handle, aramid fiber cleaning head, 304 stainless steel scraper
Includes
One handle and one cleaning head with scraper
Care
Please don't use any harmful chemicals that you wouldn't want getting on your food. Recommended to use soap and water. Please rinse thoroughly if using soap
Dimensions
16" x 4" x 1"
Weight
1 lb

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Bristle Free Steam Grill Brush

starting at $39.95

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Steam clean your grill grates · Remove caked-on grime · Invented by a firefighter
Say goodbye to dangerous wire bristles for good. You can thank a firefighter for this ingenious invention that steam cleans grease, grime, and gunk off your grill. Just dunk the heat-resistant cleaning head in water and run it over the grates. Easy to use, easy to clean—and easy on your arm muscles.
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Scott Mobley & Anthony Tranchida

Grill Rescue was invented by firefighter Scott Mobley and his co-creator Anthony Tranchida as an alternative to the harmful wire brushes people use to clean their grills. They turned to the same heat-resistant fiber that’s used in firefighter gear to arrive at a new way to get those grates clean—with steam. No more rogue bristles, no more elbow grease.
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