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What is everybody using to clean the grates on their grill. Weather it be a kamado or a gas grill.  and regualr grates or the actual grill grates.

 

I need to get something for my Kamado joe and weber genesis ep330 i just picked up.

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I use a Le-Jo grill tamer combo grill scraper and stainless brush. Expensive but worth it. You will not need to buy another one again. And no fear of dinky brush bristles breaking off in food and causing medical emergencies. This thing is heavy duty in all aspects.

Link here: https://store.lejo.com/Default.aspx?CategoryID=6&ItemID=ECGT303

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I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1UHkA2O

I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1Nbl4MN

I have those exact ones, I like them, I use to use the steel brushes in till I found some wires from my brush on my grates, I will never use a metal brush again 

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I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1UHkA2O

I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1Nbl4MN

I have those exact ones, I like them, I use to use the steel brushes in till I found some wires from my brush on my grates, I will never use a metal brush again 

 

Yes...........................no steel or SS brushes for safety sake!

Those nylon brushes will work just fine.

:good:

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I use a Le-Jo grill tamer combo grill scraper and stainless brush. Expensive but worth it. You will not need to buy another one again. And no fear of dinky brush bristles breaking off in food and causing medical emergencies. This thing is heavy duty in all aspects.

Link here: https://store.lejo.com/Default.aspx?CategoryID=6&ItemID=ECGT303

I have that beast too. Works real well. I also ordered one of these for my other grills.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/grillinator/the-ultimate-bbq-grill-cleaning-brush?ref=email

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I'm trying to figure something out too... I noticed some bristles come out and stick to my grate and it took a heck of a lot of effort to get them off the grate. My husband bought me one of those coil ones but it is super dinky and doesn't work well. We are looking into pumice, but I don't want all my food to be gritty. Not sure what to do but I know for sure I don't want my babies eating metal bristles!

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I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1UHkA2O

I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1Nbl4MN

I have those exact ones, I like them, I use to use the steel brushes in till I found some wires from my brush on my grates, I will never use a metal brush again

I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1UHkA2O

I'm thinking of buying this from Lowe's. Any recommendations? http://low.es/1Nbl4MN

I have those exact ones, I like them, I use to use the steel brushes in till I found some wires from my brush on my grates, I will never use a metal brush again

Yes...........................no steel or SS brushes for safety sake!

Those nylon brushes will work just fine.

:good:

Both of you sum up my experiences and thoughts on wire brushes.
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I use a twisted wire one now a days. I use to use the flat wired ones for years but I have found the fallen out bristles on the grill. I've never used a nylon one before only because I usually clean mine while hot.

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I'm using a modified weed puller. I used a round file that matches the diameter of the grate & cut a rounded slot. I bought it at K-Mart for $1.97. It looks like this one:

 

http://www.dx.com/p/metal-weed-puller-with-wooden-handle-gardening-tool-46551#.V0SKYVeyRxg

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I got a GrillFloss a few weeks ago. Takes a bit longer than a brush, but it cleans all around each bar - including underneath.

 

Easy to use on the KK, haven't tried it on the KJ. The more bars your grate has, the longer it will take to clean.

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I have a nylon brush, it does a good job on the big stuff, but I like to clean hot grates.

Next time I cook I will grab some scrap hard wood from the workshop and run it over the grates. Basicly a DIY version of The Woody Paddle - New All Natural BBQ Grill Scraper by The Great Scrape https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013S1SM4I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_5aKrxbV1ND6WW

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