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The Great Scrape Ultimate BBQ Cleaning Tool

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Are you worried about getting metal bristles in your food from cleaning your grill? Great Scrape has solved that issue for you!

There have been a lot of news reports about metal bristles getting into people’s food when they clean their grills with old-fashioned metal bristle brushes. I had the opportunity to review a great product that will take care of this issue for you. It is called the Great Scrape.

Photo from The Great Scrape Website

The Great Scrape is called the Ulitmate BBQ grill cleaner for a reason. It works. Basically, The Great Scrape is a wooden paddle that is tapered on the end. Once the paddle has been “broken in”, cleaning is as simple as turning your grill on and running the grill cleaner across your grill grate.

The unique thing about this grill cleaner is that it forms to your grill grates. It gets into the crevices and cleans just as well if not better than the bristle brushes without the worry of getting the metal pieces in your food.

In order to use the Great Scrape, you turn your grill as high as it will go. Once your grill has reached top temperature, at least 500 degrees, you will run the grill cleaner up and down your grill grates until grooves have formed into the wooden paddle.

Once this is done, that is all you need to do. To maintain it, just add a coat of mineral oil every once in a while and it should last you at least a few years.

Check out our video review we made on Great Scrape and see for yourself. Thanks for stopping by Southern Food Junkie, we hope you enjoy our content. If you do, leave us a comment below.

-Ronnie | Let’s Get Food Junked

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sadhna grover

Tuesday 5th of September 2017

Even me, I have not seen this wooden tool before I should buy one for future. Thanks for sharing with Fiesta Friday.

Southern Food Junkie

Wednesday 6th of September 2017

Thanks for stopping by. Yes this tool works great!

cookingwithauntjuju.com

Friday 1st of September 2017

This is a new tool for me and all wood. I always use an old, dull table knife to scrape off the residue left from grilling. Never have used one of those brushes that can cause health problems. Happy Fiesta Friday and have a great holiday weekend.

Southern Food Junkie

Friday 1st of September 2017

Yes, this tool works wonderfully. The only thing about using a knife to scrape it I have cast iron grates and well they are like a cast iron pan. They are seasoned and you do not want to scrape them. This tool works great for it. I appreciate you stopping by and yes happy #fiestafriday

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