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Stainless Steel Bristle Grill Brushes

Stainless Grill Brushes

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Small Dual Bristle Head Grill Brush
Twin Brush Heads
11 inch Handle
Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $4.99
Dual Bristle Head Grill Brush
Dual Brush Heads
12 inch Long Handle
Price: $15.99 Sale Price: $5.99
Stainless Steel Grill Brush
Stainless Steel Handle
Stainless Bristles
Price: $9.99 Sale Price: $2.99
Tough Grill Brush
Replacement Brush Head Included
17 inches Long
Price: $12.99 Sale Price: $10.99
Tubular Bristle Grill Brush
5.5 x 3 inch scrubbing area
Rosewood handle
Price: $11.99 Sale Price: $9.99
Deep Cleaning Dual Wire Grill Brush
Dual Stainless Steel Heads.
Clean between the Grates not just on top!
Price: $14.99 Sale Price: $12.99
Short Plastic Handle Grill Brush
Portable 8 inch length
Price: $3.99 Sale Price: $1.99
Extra Large Grill Brush with Replaceable Bristles
6 x 3.25 inch head
Farm Raised Bamboo Handle
Price: $17.99 Sale Price: $15.99
Sustainable Material Grill Brush Verde
Made from 100% sustainable materials.
Price: $11.99 Sale Price: $10.99
Stainless Grill Brush Top Action
Replaceable Head
Top Action Bristles
Price: $18.99 Sale Price: $12.99
Wide Dual Handle Grill Brush
19.5 Inches long
Stainless Steel
Price: $19.99 Sale Price: $18.99
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Most grill brush manufacturers are switching from brass to stainless steel bristle for their grill brushes. A stainless steel grill brush has a stiffer pointier bristle that not only cleans your grill grate better they also do not bend as easy, so they will last longer as well.

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.

We have found that holding the brush a a slightly sideways to the grates seems to work best. That 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.