When metal meets metal during the brushing of the cooking grates, a few brush hairs may fall off during the process. To protect yourself from getting bristles in your food, you should always do the following:
Only brush the grate when it’s warm – that way you offer your grill brush the best conditions.
Always check the grate before grilling, to make sure you don’t see any loose bristles.
To reduce the risk of bristles, we recommend wiping the grate with a damp cloth or a paper towel.
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Keep an eye on your grill brush and buy a new one when it looks worn out. Expect to use two brushes a year, if you grill regularly.