Safety Tips for Cleaning BBQ Grill Brushes
When operating the Grillbot, make sure the grill is turned off, there is no direct flame and the lid is closed.
Before first use, charge (about eight hours). Don’t worry, Grillbot’s built-in sensor will prevent overcharging.
Make sure grill is on a flat, even surface for best results.
Grillbot’s replaceable brushes are available on our website.
Brushes are easily removed and are dishwasher safe.
Grillbot’s brass brushes are specifically designed to help protect the coating on your grill grates while also maintaining flavor. Grillbot loves to scrub — use it as often as you like. (Older grills may require a second push of the button). For a more robust clean, try our stainless steel brushes recommend for non-coated grill grates.
Press button once and Grillbot cleans your grill in minutes. There is a 5-second delay to allow placement on grill. Grillbot beeps when done, or turn Grillbot off by lifting off grill and pressing button until you hear a beep (about 3 seconds).
Grillbot works on hot or cold grills up to 200 degrees — just remember no flames! Grillbot’s built in alarm will sound if you forget! For charcoal grills, wait until grill cools below 200 degrees.
Always close lid when not watching Grillbot.
To clean, remove brushes and wipe bottom with a damp cloth or degreaser. Brushes are dishwasher safe.
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