Review: Grill Daddy

Recently I was asked to review a new grill cleaning brush called the Grill Daddy. Thinking of our greasy BBQ grill, I quickly accepted the offer of a sample. The grill Daddy has sturdy steel bristles that are safe for any type of BBQ surface, and a built in water reservoir so that you can use steam to assist with the cleaning effort. Sounds like a good idea, huh?

When the brush arrived, my husband, grillmaster-in-chief, raised an eyebrow, joked about it melting on our grill, and several times predicted that the thing wouldn’t work any better than the average $3 grill brush.

We always barbecue on Sundays after church. This Sunday John heated up the grill per directions, filled the water reservoir on the brush, and gave the thing a shot. His suspicions about the brush melted away as fast as the grease on our grill.

“This thing really works!” he said three minutes later while looking at a clean grill. He decided that next time he’ll scrub the grill right after using it, instead of heating it up and letting it run an extra 5 minutes before cooking. But he said the brush is plenty sturdy, and the steam feature really helps get the grill clean.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    Thanks for this review! We just saw this advertised the other night and immediately the skeptic in me came out, yet I still thought about getting it for Father’s Day. I think I just may!

  2. That looks like a great Father’s Day gift!

  3. I ONLY HAVE ONE PROBLEM IS THAT THIS WEBSITE http://www.buygrilldaddy.com DROP-SHIPS AND I ORDERED THE GRILL DADDY PRO AS A GIFT GIVING ITEM. DROP-SHIP MEANS IT COMES IN A CARDBOARD BOX NOT IN A STORE/AS SEEN ON TV BOX. TO ME THAT IS JUST NOT GIFT GIVING CONDITION AND SHOULD BE IDENTIFIED AT THE WEBSITE.