Grilling is always easier with the right tools. Summer grilling is a pleasure when you can easily clean up afterwards. Feeling Fit outdoors correspondent Jim Dandy tested the EliteChef Grill Brush.
Jim and his wife Mrs Dandy know their way around a grill. They are famous for their Korean Barbeque. Did the EliteChef Grill Brush meet the Dandys’ grilling needs? Spoiler alert – yes!
Jim Dandy’s Experience Using the EliteChef Grill Brush:
I am impressed the EliteChef Grill Brush. This grill brush was a thrill to use. Most grill brushes are small and oriented in a different way. Hard to explain here, but the EliteChef brush has a long handle that is used in a front-to-back motion relative to the griller (not side-to-side).
I really liked the size, shape, and performance of this product. The brush is 17-inches long and has a 7-inch wide brush. The T-shape allows easier access. I found this to be superior to my other grill brushes, and it allowed me to make quick work of a grill full of carbonized bits.
About EliteChef Grill Brush:
The following is quoted from information provided by EliteChef about the EliteChef Grill Brush, I usually like to include a product description or specifications from the company as it gives insight into what makes the product unique…
“Are you looking for a New Grill Brush, But you want to avoid these common problems?
- Flimsy shaft bends under pressure
- Bristles quickly flatten down and gum up with grease
- Burned hands when cleaning because the handle’s too short
- You can’t clean between the rods and along the side
All these issues can be avoided! Introducing the EliteChef BBQ Grill Brush.”
Where to Purchase the EliteChef Grill Brush:
The EliteChef Grill Brush is available on Amazon – Click Here for Product Listing.
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