Ok, let’s get to the point. Serious grillers have serious grills, and usually a sissy brush. Every cleaner we have seen in stores shares the same short bristled, short handled, and short lifespan. Not to mention feeling the heat from the grill because your hands are right there in the fire. The Last Brush solves a whole host of problems.
We took the bull by the horns and developed the best brush money can buy. Grill cleaning has never been easier using this tool! Either, remove all residue from your grilling surface with the enlarged scraper blade, then finish brushing your grill completely clean, or sweep clean the surface under heat. It’s QUICK, EASY, and EFFECTIVE! For the finest grill brush and cooking accessories, choose The Last Brush.
- Long Steel Bristles (1 inch)
- Steel Scraper Head
- 36 Inch Long Wooden Handle
- Leather Strap For Hanging The Last Brush
One of the things we like best is unlike other store bought brushes, we have not seen bristles left on the grills surface after cleaning. Another value is the long wooden handle. This handles allows you to clean the grill while hot and the handle does not transfer heat. Over time this cleaner shows it’s clearly beyond all other brushes especially when using it.
Everyone scratches their heads when hearing about our creation. It is when they use it that everything comes clear. Even with the long handle this brush is totally manageable with one hand. It is not un-wieldy. You can use this brush to clean small to those large grills and pits used in restaurants. This brush has exceeded ours and the expectations of others. The concept seemed so simple yet the results and acceptance has been beyond belief. To be clear, the bristles will wear out because you’re rubbing steel against steel so we offer fast and easy replacement heads.
The Last Brush
The Last Brush is a creation designed specifically to address the multitude of shortcomings with store bought brushes.
After you’re done grilling, scrape out the grease trap. It’s not imperative you do this after every use, but at least do it after every three uses. Next, clean your still-warm grill grates with a grill brush. Finally, give the grates a good rub down with a rag or paper towels dipped in oil and long tongs.
Let the grates cool and scrub them with a nylon cleaning brush. Whether you have food that won’t come off with a grill brush or you’re doing your annual deep cleanse, soak the grates in a mix of vinegar and baking soda. The vinegar and baking soda will work together to break apart burnt-on food.
Another method is to soak in soapy water for an hour and rinse. Return the grates to your grill, close the lid and warm it up. After it’s warmed, use your grill brush to scrub any additional residue off the grates.
If an outdoor grill is left for months without being cleaned, bacteria and mold can begin to form underneath the grill hood. Not only can this be visually disgusting, but it can also cause cross-contamination when cooking fresh meat. Theoretically, cooking on a rusty grill grate won’t harm you. It might make your meat taste like a rusty nail, though and even Cookin Wit’ Gus seasoning might not be enough to fix it. It’s best to remove rust from grill grates before cooking on them.
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