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Brush fuss, scat perp & flooring fix

Cottage Q&A

BRANDON CELI

SAFER BRISTLE BRUSH OPTIONS

Since I first heard those stories about barbecue brush bristles potentially being a hazard, I have been using a wooden brush with a long, straight handle and large carbon wire bristles. Are there downsides to using this brush?—MIKE KEEFE, COLE HARBOUR, N.S.

“It’s not a barbecue brush per se,” says Steve Gilboe, the president of Patio Palace. “For cleaning a grill, the design is really not ideal.” Using a brush with a long, straight grip means that you would have to tilt it “with your hand close to the grilling surface,” he says. “Since grills should really be cleaned when they’re hot, that would probably contribute to you getting your knuckles burnt.”

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