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Weber BBQ Grate Cleaner £9.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Weber BBQ Grate Cleaner £9.99 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 8th May
  • BIODEGRADABLE
  • NO HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
  • FOR ALL BARBECUES
  • Fine mist spray bottle
  • For grates and Cookbox
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Dragon3208/05/2020 15:14

Why clean the grate as that all adds to the flavor. 😁


Exactly. That's why people say that my burgers always taste grate.
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Why is it cheaper for non-Prime?
Edited by: "airz88" 8th May
airz8808/05/2020 14:41

Why is it cheaper for non-Prime?


Delivery cost I expect
dannysmith4308/05/2020 14:42

Delivery cost I expect


Yeah ok, think I read the post wrong and it’s £9.99 plus delivery. I thought it meant £9.99 for prime, but only £4.49 for non-prime
airz8808/05/2020 14:41

Why is it cheaper for non-Prime?


It's not, it's the same price?
Why clean the grate as that all adds to the flavor. 😁
Dragon3208/05/2020 15:14

Why clean the grate as that all adds to the flavor. 😁


Exactly. That's why people say that my burgers always taste grate.
U sure it's not burger off
Is it as good as it claims?
Dragon3208/05/2020 15:14

Why clean the grate as that all adds to the flavor. 😁


Pretty sure I read somewhere that you shouldn’t clean them because of this, don’t Weber even call them flavour grates or something?

I just scrub the excess meat off with a wire brush and it’s good to go
mango.carrot08/05/2020 18:33

Pretty sure I read somewhere that you shouldn’t clean them because of t …Pretty sure I read somewhere that you shouldn’t clean them because of this, don’t Weber even call them flavour grates or something? I just scrub the excess meat off with a wire brush and it’s good to go


Wire brushes are bad news, you’d be surprised how many can drop bristles and end up in your food, heat the grill and use a ball of scrunched up kitchen foil.
jammygrayhart08/05/2020 18:40

Wire brushes are bad news, you’d be surprised how many can drop bristles a …Wire brushes are bad news, you’d be surprised how many can drop bristles and end up in your food, heat the grill and use a ball of scrunched up kitchen foil.


I second this. Although I don't routinely deep clean the grate and just let the intense heat sterilise it, i do like to clean the grill at the beginning and end off BBQ season. Never tried this, forr £10 it must be made of fairy tears!
mango.carrot08/05/2020 18:33

Pretty sure I read somewhere that you shouldn’t clean them because of t …Pretty sure I read somewhere that you shouldn’t clean them because of this, don’t Weber even call them flavour grates or something? I just scrub the excess meat off with a wire brush and it’s good to go


I discovered recently that paint scrapers are perfect for this too!
+1 not required, scrape off the excess fat/meat with a wire brush. The heat from the bbq will steralise the bejesus our of it.
I've recently bought the weber grill brush - tis really good - just scrape the worst off at the end of the cook whilst it's still warm and its sorted! Will give it a good clean at the end of the season, and I reckon that'll be sorted.. .dont think this is needed, plus expensive!
I find it best just after you finished the BBQ to hose a bit of water on the grill to cool off the coal for next time and give it a wipe with a wiring brush so next time it's easy to wipe down with a cloth and let the new coal to burn the rest of the germs.
Pointless. I don’t think I’ve ever used a cleaner in any of my bbqs or smokers, if anything the grease just burns off and sterilises itself with the heat, also the smoke helps seal the bbq and protect it from rusting.
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