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[Showcase] Showcase - Cedar Wood BBQ Scraper - $5

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[Showcase] Showcase - Cedar Wood BBQ Scraper - $5

https://ca.shopatshowcase.com/products/ ... n=DC100218

Sale Price $5
Regular price $19.99


Doesn't appear to be limited to online orders so if you can find a store and pick it up that would be ideal, or spend more then $40 and to get free shipping. I have a similar version I picked up from Costco, but I think the Costco one is probably larger.

Not sure if you need to be an 'Insider' in order to get the deal, but easy enough to sign up:

https://ca.shopatshowcase.com/pages/bec ... n=DC100218

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Dec 1, 2002
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Burlington
RFD way: Go to HomeDepot and pick a 2x4 cedar from the scrap bin. It will last you for life.Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Jun 9, 2005
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Just bought 2 from the Calgary downtown location. You have to be part of their "insiders" program to get the deal.
They're not as nice as the Costco ones currently on clearance for $15, but I can't imagine they're any less functional.
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Feb 26, 2008
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Surrey
I have the one from Costco. You still can't beat a wire brush. I won't say that this complete junk but if you use it in conjunction with a wire brush it works well. If you're afraid of the wires getting onto the grill, then use this after you scrub to clear it.

I've used it by itself and i can say it isn't that effective until you use it a lot and it has had time to wear into the grooves. Even then, it takes a bit of time to get the grooves to form. Fire has it right, go to Home Depot and grab something from the scrap bin.
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Feb 13, 2004
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So far I haven't found anything that beats a wire brush. I dont think a wood bbq scraper would work on my weber q. I am currently using the grill mate pro plastic bristles I got from costco and its not bad, but just not as good as a wire.
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Nov 24, 2012
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Heat the grill and scrape with crinkled aluminum foil. It works just as well and no bristles in your throat.

Twism wrote:
Oct 2nd, 2018 1:19 pm
So far I haven't found anything that beats a wire brush. I dont think a wood bbq scraper would work on my weber q. I am currently using the grill mate pro plastic bristles I got from costco and its not bad, but just not as good as a wire.
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My wife got me an abrasive rock (looks like a lava rock) and it works amazing.

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