Saber introduces Cool Touch nylon grill brush

Saber GrillsCOLUMBUS, Ga. – Saber Grills has introduced a new grill brush that is designed to last five times longer and clean better than traditional wire brushes. The new Cool Touch Grill Brush has stiff abrasive nylon bristles that attack baked-on food particles without breaking or causing damage to the cooking grates.

Nylon has long been used in commercial cleaning tools that require heavy-duty use. The polymer is known for its superior flexural strength and excellent abrasion and wear resistance. The bristles on Saber’s Cool Touch brush won’t shed and are angled to clean between and under the cooking grates.

As the name indicates, the Saber Cool Touch brush is designed for use on cool-to-touch surfaces, which means cleaning the grill after it’s cooled or just prior to use.

Additional features include: 

• Wide brush heads and long, angled bristles clean a larger area and reach between and under grates
• Integrated double edged metal scraper tackles the toughest cooked-on debris
• Removable, dishwasher-safe bristle head for easy cleaning – or replacement
• A hook that attaches the brush to the grill for easy access/storage

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