The 10 Best Grill Scrapers

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in February of 2019. There's no denying that there's something special about food cooked over an open flame, but if you don't do a thorough job of cleaning up afterwards, your guests will be tasting all the flavors from your last ten barbecues combined. With one of these grill scrapers, you can remove all that nasty burnt-on residue, whether your grates are steel, cast iron, porcelain, or ceramic. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best grill scraper on Amazon.

10. Sanfee Stainless Steel

9. CharGon Ultimate

8. BBQ-Aid No Scratch

7. Grillaholics Professional

6. New Star Foodservice Slant Edge

5. Martin Grill Gadget Universal

4. GrillArt BBQ

3. GrillSafe Premium

2. Grill Daddy Value Pack

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1. The Great Scrape Woody Pro

Editor's Notes

March 06, 2019:

We selected a variety of styles, both metal and wooden, to suit different preferences and grill types. The Great Scrape Woody Pro and GrillSafe Premium are both wooden models that can be customized to fit the grates of your grill by turning on high heat and slowly applying pressure across the grates until grooves are burned into the wood. This makes them ideal choices for those who own a grill with unusually-shaped grates, such as the V-shaped grates found on some infrared grills. The Grill Daddy Value Pack is unique in its steam-cleaning abilities, making it great for particularly grimy grills. It's also built to last for years, making it worth paying a little extra for. The Martin Grill Gadget Universal and Sanfee Stainless Steel both have metal heads with grooves to fit a variety of grate shapes, which makes them good for those who have more than one grill or find themselves frequently cooking at the park or at friends' houses.


Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated on March 08, 2019 by Gabrielle Taylor

Originally from a tiny town in Virginia, Gabrielle moved to Los Angeles for a marketing internship at a well-known Hollywood public relations firm and was shocked to find that she loves the West Coast. She spent two years as a writer and editor for a large DIY/tutorial startup, where she wrote extensively about technology, security, lifestyle, and home improvement. A self-professed skincare nerd, she’s well-versed in numerous ingredients and methods, including both Western and Asian products. She is an avid home cook who has whiled away thousands of hours cooking and obsessively researching all things related to food and food science. Her time in the kitchen has also had the curious side effect of making her an expert at fending off attempted food thievery by her lazy boxer dog.


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