Everyone knows they need to clean their grill, yet so few do it. I’m not going to get into the weirdness of not cleaning your grill, but I will get into why this Wooden Grill Scraper is the bomb-diggity!
There are plenty of grill scrapers on the market… ones with nylon bristles, ones with metal bristles… heck, I’ve even seen suggestions on using wadded up foil to clean a grill! Nylon and metal bristle brushes make me a little nervous for a few reasons. First, the nylon can melt and compromise the quality of the grill grate. Second, metal bristles can come out and get lodged in your grill grate, then transfer to your food. Why shouldn’t you use foil? Did you know when foil is manufactured, various oils are sprayed on it to keep it from sticking when rolled. If you’re cleaning your grill with it, it will transfer onto the grate… then onto your food. Any which way… no bueno.
Enter in Pampered Chef’s Wooden Grill Scraper! It should arrive wearing a cape! This sturdy oak scraper is a great natural alternative. Wooden scrapers are far more durable than their nylon and metal-bristled counterparts. The more you use it, the better it works because as you use it, customized grooves develop. It can be a little clunky to get it started but by the 3rd or 4th use, you’ll see teeth burned right into place. Then you’re off to the races.
- The beveled edge will develop grooves customized to your grill.
- 14¼” length lets you clean your grill safely and easily.
- Made from strong white oak wood.
- Leather hanging tie for convenient storage.
- Wipe clean.
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