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Brass Bristle Grill Brushes

Brass Grill Brushes
Brass Grill Brush for Porcelain Grates
Rosewood handle
Triangular shaped head
Price: $16.99 Sale Price: $14.99
Brass Grill Brush with Trapezoid Head
Circular bristles clean porcelain grates better.
21.25 inches Long.
Price: $12.99 Sale Price: $7.99
Telescoping Brass Grill Brush
17 to 24 inches Long
3 in 1 brush head
Price: $16.99 Sale Price: $14.99
Rosewood Handle Brass Bristle Grill Brush
Rosewood handle
18 inches long
Price: $17.99 Sale Price: $16.99
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Brass bristle grill brushes are recommended by some manufactures of porcelain coated grill grates. Brass is a softer more forgiving bristle that is not as likely scratch a porcelain surface as other types of bristles. Brass bristle brushes do tend to wear out faster then stainless steel due to the softer nature of the bristle. Check your grill manufacturers recommendations before purchasing your new grill brush.

You are probably using your grill brush wrong: When using any bristled grill brush they are most effective when little to no pressure is applied. The bristles should glide across the top of the grates with only the tips touching. When pressure is applied not only do you smash the bristles down, you end up with only the smooth side of the wires and the plastic top of the brush rubbing against your grates. Which is very ineffective to say the least.

We have also found that holding your grill brush at a 45 degree angle to the grates seems to work best. This way the rows of bristles will not line up with the grates and cause the brush to fall in. The triangular shaped brushed with the round bristle layout seems to be the best grill brush for the V shaped porcelain coated grill grates that are so common today.

If you use a bristled grill brush of any kind: Be sure to check for loose or damaged bristles often. If you see that one wire is sticking out further then the others it is coming loose and that brush needs to be replaced. Again we have found the triangular brush heads seem to be better at holding onto the wires then the flat brushes. Every year people end up in the emergency room from swallowing broken off bristles that have become lodged in the grates.

Grill brushes do have to be a throw away anymore. The ones that have a good handle have bristles that can easily be replaced with 4 screws. The brushes that have the wire frame have bristles that can be cleaned up with a power washer or grease remover and they are good as new. My current wire frame brush has been in use for 3 years and only shows signs of wear on the wood handle.
 

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