Randy writes: “I used to have a Weber long-handled wood grill brush with brass bristles. I’ve had a Char-Broil Brush Hawg for several months and have used it perhaps a dozen or so times. In my opinion, it’s an improvement. It’s a fairly sturdy plastic grill brush with changable stainless bristle pads. The bristles seem to stand up to reasonable grill scrubbing duties. There’s a stainless lip on the front for scraping, and a stainless hook on the back lifts grates and doubles as a storage hook for hanging the brush on the side of the grill. My only complaint is that the front lip sticks up a little too high for my grill and catches on the hanging rack in the back when I’m cleaning the grates. Pricing for the brush is about $12 and the replacement pads are about $4.”
I’ll admit to owning the Weber brush Randy described. It does a decent job of cleaning the grill, but I’ve been wondering what I’m going to do with it when the brush finally wears out; the Char-Broil’s replaceable pads are enough to interest us in their product. Randy says you can find this at your local big-box, and we had good luck finding it online and via Amazon as well.