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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Grill Daddy Review

Cleaning up the grill, what I don't want to do that.  My husband doesn't want to do that.  UGH.

We have tried so many different products and have never been happy with anything that we have used to clean the grill.  The last thing that we used was a sponge.  Well when the chance came up to review The Grill Daddy, I jumped on it.  I was so excited.

The ultimate grilling companion, this hardworking brush uses the power of steam to tackle even the toughest grease and residue buildup. Featuring strong stainless-steel bristles, the unit works aggressively on messes, while protecting cast-iron, steel, and porcelain grill grates from scratching and damage. Simple to use, just fill the handle with tap water and turn the grill on low before scraping. The heat from the grill warms the water, creating steam that effectively loosens crusted foods and returns the grill grates to their original shine. Best of all, the unit's long handle protects hands from burns and splatters, and its two-sided removable dishwasher-safe head cleans easily and offers both wide and fine bristles, efficiently polishing between even the smallest of spaces. Use the storage hook for hanging the tool when not in use. The grill brush measures approximately 22 by 4 by 6 inches.

Yes it is a pretty awkward contraption, but it certainly cleaned the grill grates.  It has stainless steel bristles that do not brake and clean the grates. The bristles do hurt if they touch your skin, I dropped the Grill Daddy and it hit my foot and it hurt for quite a while. DH and I tried it first without the water and we were able to get a lot of nasty's off the grates and then we decided to try it with the water.  We really thought it was going to do more than it did, but the "steam powered" grill daddy was not at all what we had thought it was going to do.  You just fill the handle with water and then turn the knob and water drips on the grill that is hot since you have turned it on, which then produces the steam.

This is pretty big too, but it was not a worry in that department of where to place it.  It does come with a little hanger on the end and we just hung it right on the grill and it was ready to go for the next time. Sweet for us. We don't have a lot of places to put stuff.

You can purchase a Grill Daddy for a pretty cheap price of $19.95 and it does come with a 30 day money back guarantee. Grill Daddy can also be purchased at your regular stores such as K-Mart, Sears, CVS, Walgreens, Etc. They also have them on

Check this out, this maybe one of those great products that you get for your dad, or from your child to their dad for fathers day!

This is a Mama Buzz review and I did receive a sample of the product to try in order to write a fair and honest review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own and were not influenced in any way.

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Paula@One Mom's Corner of the World said...

My husband would love this! I'm visiting from MBC. I signed up to be your follower. Stop by my blog when you get the chance.