We've all heard the news stories about kids (or other family members) getting gravely ill from accidental ingestion of a tiny metal shard from a grill brush. Stories like that scare the crap out of me, especially now that I have my own children. My cousin's wife saw these Woodys at the Minnesota State Fair last year, and she sent us a photo. The Great Scrape products are made by Thompson Brother's & Company LLC (a local, St. Paul based company), and I like to support local companies.
I purchased three of these grill scrapers for Father's Day gifts this year, and my husband is eager to use his. Having a safe alternative to those wire grill brushes makes me a happy mom. No, they're not the cheapest grill cleaning tool, but like I said, I don't mind spending a little extra to support a local company and to have more peace-of-mind when it comes to safety and my family.
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Cyndi M. Frick
This lifestyle blog is my outlet to share and advise about the things I love. I always have an opinion!