As you know I have taken the George Foreman out from behind the spider webs recently. I had tucked it away years ago when I hit a point of frustration every time I cleaned it. You know exactly what I’m talking about! The George Foreman manufacturer expects the patience of an oyster to use a plastic fork to clean grilled on gook! Not so effective in this house!
While cleaning out the underneath of my kitchen sink I came across the solution for this dilemma! A bottle brush! Tucked in back of sponges I found a soft bottle brush that I’m assuming I’ve had for at least 3 years. I don’t think I even used this once to clean Isabella’s bottles. The bristles are soft enough to not damage the grill and strong enough to get the grime loose.
How I Use It
As soon as I’m done using the George Foreman, or soon thereafter, I position the drip tray (empty) where it normally sits. I fill a large cup with very warm water. I carefully pour little by little, water onto the grill, brushing with the bottle brush to loosen any gook. The dirty water slides right into the drip tray. I empty the drip tray occasionally as it fills up. I use a paper towel to dry the grill and wipe away any other remnants.
Here’s a similar brush. Try it out. You can’t go wrong! Bring out the George Foreman! It’s time to grill!