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Grill Gear Review: The Texas Brush

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A big, ergonomically comfortable brush that really gets the job done on your grill!

I’ve got a lot of grill brushes. But the Texas Brush has quickly become my go-to brush because it just gets the job done. Why is it called the Texas Grill Brush? Because it is big as Texas of course! When the box came in the mail, Scott was like “what is THAT?” because the box was so big. And that last time he used it he said, and I quote “that is a really great brush, it really let’s you get in there on the grill and get it clean”. My sentiments exactly.

With a dual sided stainless steel head on a 2 ft base, it really gives you the girth to get your weight into cleaning the grill. Texas Brush is fully customizable- you can order the head in different types of metal in different lengths. There are 2 sizes, regular (4 ft base) or JR (2 ft base). You can also customize the brush with your name on the side, where the texasbrush.com emblem normally resides. Plus, it is actually made in the good ol’ US of A!

For more information, go to: www.texasbrush.com. I see this as a great customizable gift for the griller in your life. Texas Brush price: $49.

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5 Responses to Grill Gear Review: The Texas Brush

  1. Kirk February 8, 2012 at 9:04 am #

    Dayum! That’s a big brush!!

  2. Larry February 8, 2012 at 11:57 am #

    I’ll have to check into this – I’m never satisfied with the brushes I have

  3. Larry February 9, 2012 at 7:01 am #

    Thanks for posting this Robyn as I’ve been looking for a heavy duty brush for my smoker. I ordered course over stainless and hope it will do the job.

  4. Chris February 10, 2012 at 8:11 pm #

    You could use that thing to beat off creeping marauders! ;)

  5. Robyn February 11, 2012 at 8:48 am #

    Chris, that is a good idea. This could replace the old standy by baseball case in that example! :)

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