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George Foreman Grill Sponges Pack of 3 £1.99 @ Amazon
George Foreman Grill Sponges Pack of 3 £1.99 @ Amazon

George Foreman Grill Sponges Pack of 3 £1.99 @ Amazon

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Anyone who has a George Foreman will know how awkward and annoying they are to clean.These are very handy.

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these arnt much cop. they fall to bits after two or three uses. your better off just using kitchen roll just when youve finnished cooking and the fat and grime comes of easy BUT if you let it cool down the muck virtually welds its self to the plates

cadmus;5279625

these arnt much cop. they fall to bits after two or three uses. your … these arnt much cop. they fall to bits after two or three uses. your better off just using kitchen roll just when youve finnished cooking and the fat and grime comes of easy BUT if you let it cool down the muck virtually welds its self to the plates



totally agree, clean it whilst still hot, the jobs done in a flash

Original Poster

I'm too lazy :-D

These are handy for cleaning it later on :thumbsup:

DerryBhoy;5288728

I'm too lazy :-DThese are handy for cleaning it later on :thumbsup:



Yeah see your point on that one! When everythings cooked last thing you want to do is clean it. Just eat, relax and then couple of hours later clean.

or just buy the value sponges in tesco which do just as good a job for about 40p a pack.

I think there easy to clean but thats my opinion

why are these grills not easy-clean? seems entirely ridiculous beyond all reason and combined mortal comprehension

if its got cold then turn it on until it gets slightly warm and turn it off... whilst warm it just wipes of real easy using kitchen roll.

an ex-girlfriend used to submerge hers in a bowl of soap water!! wouldn't recommend it myself tho lols

i would recommend the forman with removable plates that go in the dishwasher!

I just heat mine up then unplug and sit it on the draining board under a running tap. The muck almost slides off by itself straight into the sink for pulverising down the plug or collecting for the bin.

Now £8.63 :-(

I wash mine under a running hot tap! Does the job, and havnt had a problem with mine in the 5 years I have had it! Obviously, I'm being careful with the electric area, and don't submerge in water lol .

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Lakes74;5331815

Now £8.63 :-(



£1.99.Look on the right hand side of the screen for the Amazon reference.

Was gonna order this, but reviews have put me off! Thanks for posting nonetheless.

mikeyp;5330957

or just buy the value sponges in tesco which do just as good a job for … or just buy the value sponges in tesco which do just as good a job for about 40p a pack.



Yes I use those Tesco Value sponges as well. They are just the job with a little washing up liquid. Actually 15p for a 5 pack, so just 3p each, can't be beat methinks! :thumbsup: mysupermarket.co.uk/tes…tml

mikeyp;5330957

or just buy the value sponges in tesco which do just as good a job for … or just buy the value sponges in tesco which do just as good a job for about 40p a pack.



Exactly, even less than that. A sponge is a sponge.

It only takes a couple of wipes with a sponge that costs pennies so I really don't se ethe point in buying a more expensive product because it's shaped funny.

That's marketing for you, suckers

Sorry couldnt remember the price exactly, the missus usually gets them lol. Yes its the cheapo 5 pack - 15p bargain!!!

Plus a sponge naturally fits in the nooks and crannys of a george if you know what I mean (ohh er)!
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