A sturdy grill brush can do a good job of cleaning a dirty grill. Sure, it’s a bit of work, but it gets things done. If you use one of those round-shaped grates, however, you might want to consider trading it in for the GrillFloss.
Billed as a better alternative to grill brushes, the tool grabs onto the grates to scrape off grill gunk, with the ability to clean all sides without ever lifting the grates or turning it over. To use, simply push it along the top of a grate going forward, then turn the tool over to scrape the bottom while pulling backwards. Do that to each grate rod, wipe off any gunk on the blade, and you’re done.
The GrillFloss comes with two sizes of cleaning heads, ensuring it can work whether you have thinner or thicker grill grates, while a 20-inch handle ensures you don’t have to hover near the grill at any time, so you can start and finish cleaning even while it’s hot. Construction is 304 stainless steel, so this should hold up to a whole host of cleaning duties, ensuring you can use it for many fair-weathered backyard barbecues to come.
Available now, the GrillFloss is priced at $16.