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Unread 11-07-2013, 10:23 AM   #46
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These are cheep and easily available. I buy them at GFS.

I let these do the heavy cleaning, though.
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Wow, never heard of this...guess I'll find something else now too!
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These are cheep and easily available. I buy them at GFS.

I let these do the heavy cleaning, though.
I used those steel balls to clean mine once and a piece became hung on the grill. I very stupidly pulled hard on it with my finger and wound up with a slice almost to my bone. Be careful of those too.

We're just made too wimpily. I'd like to talk to God about our design. Maybe an exoskeleton, redundant air-ways, hearts.... guess this is getting off-topic.
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I used those steel balls to clean mine once and a piece became hung on the grill. I very stupidly pulled hard on it with my finger and wound up with a slice almost to my bone. Be careful of those too.

We're just made too wimpily. I'd like to talk to God about our design. Maybe an exoskeleton, redundant air-ways, hearts.... guess this is getting off-topic.
I thought about that before I posted. Since the ball is in my hand, I feel it snag when it does. And, in my experiance, pieces are hard to miss seeing. I've learned to start in the middle and work towards the edges to reduce snaging. Good point about how sharp the pieces are. I only use them before cooking fish, otherwise my grill is seasoned enough that things don't stick much.
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[QUOTE=dadsr4;2684556]These are cheep and easily available. I buy them at GFS.



That's exactly the one's that I was talking about, very cheap and they get the job done!
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