The weather is great and the BBQ has been getting lots of use this year. That means the BBQ grill needs some serious cleaning. When looking for the best information on how to clean your bbq grill I kept reading about using water/steam on the grill while it is hot. Makes sense. The water hits the hot grill and turns into grease-melting steam.
The simplest way to accomplish this style of cleaning is with a Steam Cleaning Grill Brush like the Grill Daddy Pro ($25). It doesn't actually shoot steam out like the picture leads you to believe. It actually releases a measured amount of water out and becomes steam as it hits the heated surface.
At 22 inches from end to end, the Grill Daddy Pro is the longest grill brush on the market. It is specially designed to protect your hands from grill heat while cleaning large hot grills and features two ergonomic handles that provide maximum cleaning leverage even when cleaning the back of big grills. Plus, with its 2-cup water capacity, the Grill Daddy Pro delivers tons of steam to clean even the largest grill without having to refill. The Grill Daddy Pro will also keep its beautiful silver surface for years to come, as it is UV stabilized to withstand the elements.