You gotta keep your grates on your grill clean. It just makes your life so much easier if you go ahead and clean it as soon as you are done cooking.

My old school grill brush broke a few months back so I had been using tinfoil I balled up and used to scrape the grates. This gets the job done but it isn’t the easiest solution.

But this week I got the Great Aussie BBQ Grill Brush to try – and it did exactly what I wanted it to do. It got my grates clean the quickest and easiest way possible.

And the construction of it is pretty sturdy. It won’t break like those plastic ones… which is important to me because I’m pretty hard on my equipment.

You can check this Great Aussie BBQ Grill Brush out here >>

 
Malcom Reed
Killer Hogs BBQ Cooking Team
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I am Malcom Reed and my brother, Waylon, and I are the Killer Hogs competition bbq team. Here at HowtoBBQright.com, I want to give you my secrets, methods and techniques you need to produce competition-quality BBQ. I want to give enough detail for BBQ novices, but still offer information that is useful for the professional BBQ cooks. I only focus on REAL bbq. And I take it seriously.

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