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Grilling with The Grill Daddy

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This post has been sponsored by The Grill Daddy. All opinions listed are 100% my own.

It is grilling season around here and let me tell y'all– my grill is a hot mess right now. Honestly, I need to buy a new grill, but that is not in the budget right now. Because of that, I have to take care of what I have and that means cleaning it and keeping it clean. And — I have found the perfect tool for doing that — The Grill Daddy Pro.

I have used lots of grill brushes before, but never have I used one that has it's own personal steam, making it much easier to clean the crud off of the grates. And the best part, this product is made in the U.S.A.

My Experience with the Grill Daddy Pro

This brush really intriguied me. I am not one to use a lot of steel bristle brushes because eventually the bristels start coming out. However, with this brush, it has a bristle lock technology, meaning that the individual bristles are locked and secured in place.

When the heads wear down, all I have to do is replace them and it is like new all over again.

Cleaning the grill

As I stated above, my grill is DIRTY! No matter how much I clean it, it looks like it is never clean. After one go with the Grill Daddy Pro brush, I could tell a huge difference. It removed all the caked on gunk that was on the grates.

The picture above was before I cleaned it. Here, below, you can see the difference!

My husband who is the grill master at our house has been chomping at the bit to use this tool ever since I got it in. I finally told him yesterday he can use it and he was ecstatic!

Where Can I Get a Grill Daddy Brush?

If you want a Grill Daddy brush, click here and use the code JS10 to get 10% off your order. The Grill Daddy Pro runs $35.99 plust tax and shipping. It is well worth the money in my book!

Check out these grilling recipes to make on your nice clean grill!

Have you seen the Grill Daddy yet? What do you tink about it?

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