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Grillfloss: The Barbecue Cleaning Tool

by David Lauterbach
2010 June 3

GrillflossBefore I grill, I typically scrub the gunk from yesterday (or last week) off my barbecue grate with a brass brush.  You know the brush… we all have the same one.  It’s got brass bristles and metal tabs on the head that are supposed to help scrape the tough stuff from the grate tines.  They usually don’t quite get the job done because they can’t get to the bottom of things.

Enter Grillfloss.  It’s promoted as “the only tool that cleans all sides of grill grates shaving off past grill gunk.” As an owner of a Grillfloss, I can attest that it’s not only a nifty gadget for your grill that really gets the job done, but it’s a slick stainless steel tool… and we all know when it comes to grilling, stainless is the sizzle my nizzle.

Your dentist wants you to floss when you brush, and so does Brian’s Belly.

Pick up a Grillfloss at Amazon.

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[…] I typically keep a water spray bottle and a brass-bristled brush handy (and a nifty device called Grill Floss to get underneath the grate-gunk).  So when I stumbled upon the Grill Daddy Pro Grill Brush I […]


This is not a bad idea at all. The scrapers on the edge of my brush can’t do the bottom and I’m tired of getting my hands filthy touching the grates.