Brushes for the Grillbot

 What's The Difference Between The

Brass, Stainless Steel, & Nylon Brushes?

 

 

Brass Brushes


Brass brushes are important if you have a stainless steel or porcelain grill. Brass is a softer metal and won’t scratch the surface, helping keep your grill looking great. 


 

 

Stainless Steel Brushes

Stainless steel brushes are great for cast iron or expanded steel grills. Cast iron is by far the best outdoor cooking surface because it holds heat better than other kinds of grills. However, these kinds of grills are higher maintenance. The bristles of steel brushes are able to better penetrate the tiny pores in the cast iron. This allows for a much better cleaning experience.

 

 

Nylon Brushes

Introducing the new Nylon brushes.  The Nylon brush is softer than the Brass and Stainless Steel brushes, but last longer (may require longer clean cycles). The Nylon brushes won’t scratch the surface, helping keep your grill looking great and works on all types of grill grates. 

 

 


 

>> Brush Removal Video Tutorial

>> Replacing Brush Screw with The New Claw Pin

 

The brushes are built for durability and that sometimes can cause them to be very difficult to remove the first few times.

Try this:

Use a flathead screwdriver or standard pair of pliers. Place the screwdriver between the base of the brush and the base of the Grillbot. Then use force pushing against the base of the Grillbot and the brushes will pop off. You may have to do this 2-3 times before the button will work.  (See image below)!

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