The weather in Georgia has been nice for the past month or so. We have a couple of days here and there with rain and even a couple of cool days. Either way, this is the time of the year when we all are grilling out. We love spending time with our family while enjoying some great food. With the heat and not treating or cleaning your grill this could cause a fire. Gas and charcoal grills cause an average of 1500 structure fires and 4800 outdoor fires. While many will talk about the great food they cook or even recipes, we need to address grill safety. A dirty grill can also be a major fire hazard. Your grease tray is there to keep grease from dripping and igniting, but if you allow it to build up, it’s a ticking time bomb.
I’ll be honest, grill safety wasn’t something that hasn’t been taken seriously as it should be. Throughout the years, I’ve used sponges which created messes and left me frustrated at times. There were other times I’ve used metal brushes, but it done more harm than good. Recently, the Grill Daddy Brush caught my eye and was something that grabbed my attention. The Grill Daddy Cleaning Brush uses steam to melt away stuck-on food, grease, and other residue. The stainless-steel bristles are used to scrub the grates. This is much easier if you have a grill that turns on and off. Just simply turn on the grill to get it hot, fill the brush’s handle with water and start cleaning. The best part about all of this is that you will not have to use any chemicals, which is important seeing it involves food.
If the grill isn’t properly cleaned, this could make your food have a funny taste the next time you use it. You could get you and your family sick also if food is left on the grill also. The Grill Daddy is extremely easy to use, and it will leave you shocked on how well it cleans. Below will show how easy the Grill Daddy is to use and the results of cleaning your grill with it.
How to Use the Grill Daddy Cleaning Brush?
As mentioned before, if you have a grill that turns on and off, just turn it on. While the grill starts to warm up, fill up your Grill Daddy Brush with just water. When adding water into the brush, make sure the valve is in the off position. After adding water, you can put the valve into the on position and begin to clean the grill grates. The long handle is great because it prevents you from getting burned. Since my grill isn’t one to turn on and off, I’ll use the brush immediately after cooking out.
As you can see the before and after pics, the Grill Daddy Cleaning Brush is heaven sent. The process was effortless and took a portion of time to complete the cleaning. If you love grilling out and want to eliminate all the time cleaning, grab the Grill Daddy. You can head to the Grill Daddy site and use TW10 to get 10% off your purchase.