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After using Weber’s three-sided T-Brush for a grilling season, I have to wonder why I ever bothered with square grill brushes — in my experience the T-Brush cleans the grill faster and leaves it cleaner.  It’s a little dirty after a year of use, but the bristles have retained their shape pretty well.

The three-sided description comes not from the shape but from the fact that it’s designed to clean the top and sides of the grill at once — sorry, you’ll have to flip the grate over to get the bottom, if that’s the kind of guy you are.  The long-wearing brass bristles won’t damage your grill, not even porcelain-covered grates, and the triangle-shaped brush head lets you get right into the corners of the grill.

Weber sells their T-brush in 12″ and 21″ lengths.  If you like to clean the grill after cooking a bunch of 75/25 burgers, you’ll probably want the 21″ long version.  You’ll pay around $10 for either length brush.

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4 Responses to A Better Grill Brush

  1. PutnamEco says:

    There is one of these hanging from my grill right now. It works perfectly for me. They hold up well. I have had mine for a while. I don’t think I have ever gotten a bad product from Weber.

  2. @fred: I had a bad experience with the GrillWizard – it ruined a set of porcelain enameled grates. I’ll stick to brass brushes.

  3. Dano says:

    Did you guys ever do the BBQ grill round up? I remember hearing your podcast on a round up last year but never saw it…

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