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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