Grill Rescue was built to last. But that doesn't mean it won't get a little dirty.
Okay, REALLY DIRTY!
In order for your grill to become clean, Grill Rescue needs to get dirty. You've probably already noticed that it gets pretty dirty from it's first use. This means it's working.
Here are some ways you can wash your Grill Rescue Cleaning Head:
• Dishwasher - The easiest way to wash your cleaning is to simply throw it in the dishwasher. Don't worry about the hot water. It didn't melt on your flaming hot grill, it won't melt in the dishwasher. If you're worried about the grease in your dishwasher, rinse it off first, or use another method below.
• Hose - The firefighters favorite. Spray it with a garden hose and watch the greasy mess wash away. You can add some soap if you'd like to be extra clean. Just rinse it off so you're not eating soap.
• Hand Wash - If you don't have a washboard or rock hard abs, it's best to use an indoor or outdoor sink for this one. Just add some soap and wash with water as you would any other garment.
• Lick It - If you believe built up grime should be considered flavor, you probably don't clean your grill in the first place. If you do, we didn't want to leave you out. Just lick your Cleaning Head clean like a dog. You'll enjoy the greasy char flavor that has been sitting on your grill. [WARNING: This method is NOT RECOMMENDED]
If you noticed after any of these methods the Cleaning Head doesn't look 100% new. That's okay. It will never look new and shiny again. Grill grease is super tough to wash out of any material. Grill Rescue is no exception. Should you want a new Cleaning Head, you may always purchase replacements here: GrillRescue.com
Please don't use any harmful chemicals on Grill Rescue that you wouldn't want getting on your food. We only recommend soap and water. Please rinse thoroughly if using soap. You probably don't want to eat that either..