Oversized barbecue brass bristle grill brush from the rosewood collection by Outset. This high quality brass bristle grill brush has a whopping 5.5 x 3 inch scrubbing area filled with high quality bristles. The short but sturdy rosewood handle will make scrubbing your grill a breeze.
A good quality flat head brass bristle grill brush is getting hard to find as most manufacturers are switching to stainless steel and even nylon bristles for their brush heads. Outset one of our high quality vendors bucks that trend with this brush. Not only does it still feature brass bristles it has an extra large head. Almost the entire brush is the brush head.
The short hardwood handle is in the perfect position for you to get leverage with those hard to remove deposits. It also makes it easy to put the brush at a bit of an angle for hard to reach places. It’s no wonder this is one of our best selling grill brushes.
Why a Brass Bristle Grill Brush?
A brass bristle is softer than a stainless steel one which makes them slightly easier on those porcelain coated grill grates. The tips of the wires are what does the majority of the cleaning so softer really doesn’t make a lot of difference. For years (and some still do) grill manufacturers recommended use of a brass bristle grill brush over all others. So please check the maker of your grills website to see what type of grill brush they recommend.
This brush is part of a matching rosewood handled grilling tool line by Outset so you can find many matching tools to go with it.
Grill Brush Safety
Grill brush safety is not something that even crosses most people’s minds, but here is the thing: it is possible for a grill brush to lose the metal bristles. If this happens and a bristle gets stuck on the grates it could get into your food, then it could get swallowed. This is not a common problem but it does happen, hospitals have been reporting these incidents since the 1950’s. So here is what you need to do.
1) Purchase a good quality grill brush.
2) Inspect your grill brush head on a regular basis, if you see loose bristles throw it away.
3) Inspect your grill grid for stray bristles before every use.
If any of this raises concerns for you, you can always purchase a grill scrubber brush instead of a bristled brush.