Clean Your Grill with Grill Daddy (Review)

Recently, the Propane Education and Research Council did a study and found out that 34 million women are using the grill a “couple of times a week” during grilling season, and another 3.4 million women are cooking on it every day. It’s pretty clear that the grill is no longer the man’s domain. We women are taking over!

There is nothing I love more than food off the grill. It doesn’t matter what it is: burgers, chicken, steak…. everything tastes better when it’s grilled.

But, using your grill all the time means that the food builds up on the grates. It’s not long before things can get pretty nasty. I absolutely hate cleaning the grill. I don’t like to use the harmful chemicals you can buy to help clean it, but I don’t have hours to scrub the grates clean, either.

So what’s a girl to do?

Let me introduce you to the Grill Daddy.

Grill Daddy gives grill users a grill that is sparkling clean, sanitized and food that tastes great.  What’s more, because Grill Daddy uses steam to clean the grill, no rancid greasy residue builds up on the brush; it is liquefied and melts away, leaving the cleaning head bacteria and grease-free.

The Grill Daddy is safe for porcelain, steel, and iron grills, whether they are hot or cold. It easily cleans between grill grates utilizing specially-designed stainless-steel bristles and leaves cooking surfaces clean and sanitary. 

Grill Daddy offers three models; the Original Grill Daddy, the Grill Daddy Pro for tougher jobs, and the commercial-grade, metal-alloy Grill Daddy Platinum.  All Grill Daddys have an ergonomic handle that keeps hands away from heat while providing maximum leverage. 
Prices start at $19.95 and can be ordered through www.grilldaddy.com and can also be found at retail stores such as: Home Depot, Walgreens, CVS, Bed Bath And Beyond, Ace Hardware, Tru Value, Target.com, and  Amazon.com
My Review of the Grill Daddy
I recently had the opportunity to test out the  original Grill Daddy. I’ve seen the product on tv dozens of times, and I was always curious to see if it really worked like they claimed.
We grilled out this past weekend, so I knew it would be the perfect time to test out the power of the Grill Daddy. We used the grill on Saturday, but I waited until Monday before attempting to clean the grill. I wanted to give the Grill Daddy the ultimate test.
I preheated the grill and waited about 10 minutes so that it got nice and hot. Filled up the Grill Daddy with water, (no batteries required!!), and got to work. The water hit the hot grill and instantly turned to steam. I used the brush, and I couldn’t believe how easily the gunk came off. I only had to use the scraper brush in a couple of areas that were in really bad shape. In just a few minutes, I had a sparkling clean grill, and all it took was some water and a little bit of muscle. No harsh chemicals, no scraping for hours, just easy scraping.

I also love that the handle of the Grill Daddy is plastic, so it’s not too heavy or awkward to hold. The handle is curved to fit just perfectly in any hand, and there’s a hook so you can keep it next to the grill all the time. And it’s just so easy to use!

I’m super impressed with the Grill Daddy, and I would definitely recommend it to any man or woman who owns a grill. This would make the perfect Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthday, or “just because” gift for anyone who loves the great outdoors! While you’re at it, be sure to grab one for yourself too.
Want to Try the Grill Daddy for Yourself?
The Grill Daddy is available lots of places: Home Depot, Walgreens, CVS, Bed Bath And Beyond, Ace Hardware, and Tru Value. You can also order it online at GrillDaddy.com for $14.99 (+ $7.99 p&h, and you can also get free bonus items with extra shipping and handling), Target.com for $14.99 (+ shipping based on location), and at Amazon.com for $14.99 (+ $3.99 shipping).
Disclaimer: I was contacted by a rep from Rosica on behalf of Grill Daddy. They sent me an original Grill Daddy to get my honest and thorough review. The free product in no way influenced my opinions. I was in no other way compensated for this post. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own. Other users may have different results when using this product.
Angie Vinez (2893 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.



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    My mom gave the Grill Daddy to all the guys (sons and sons-in-law) last year for Father's Day. We love ours!

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