Can this brush get wet?
Never rinse or submerge your brush in water. Water warps the wooden block and warping loosens the bristles.
What types of grill grates can this brush be used on?
The Ultimate Grill Brush II can be used on porcelain grill
grates, cast iron cooking grates as well as stone ovens. Brass bristles are soft enough to not damage grill grates, yet are abrasive enough to remove baked-on residue found in cracks and crevices of your grill grates.
Is this brush for
industrial use or for at-home use?
The Ultimate Grill Brush II is
recommended for at home use for commercial sized grills.
How do I clean The Ultimate Grill Brush II?
To clean, simply shake the particles of food off by hitting the brush block on a hard surface. You may also rub a damp cloth over the bristles and shake the particles off.
Will The Ultimate Grill Brush II scratch my grill grates?
The UGB II will eventually remove some of the protected coating over time. You can reduce this by using a de-greaser first and not over-cleaning the grates.
Grilling Safety Tips
Always use the correct brush for the job. A wire
scratch brush used for removing paint or rust is NOT a grill cleaning brush.
Carefully inspect your grill cleaning brush for
loose or damaged bristles. If you find any bristles that are loose, severely
bent or broken, replace your grill brush.
Visually inspect your grill each time before you
place food on the grates to be certain there are no bristles or other foreign
matter stuck to the grill.
When cleaning your grill, make certain that no
residue is left on the grill before you begin cooking.
Never rinse or submerge your brush in water.
Never leave your brush resting on a hot grill.
To clean, simply shake the particles of food off
by hitting the brush block on a hard surface. You may also rub a damp cloth
over the bristles and shake the particles off.