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OXO Good Grips Grilling Tool Rest - $13.59 (All Time Low)

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My tongs have a little clip so I just set them on a plate
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Definitely going to have a lot more resistance from the RFD wives to order this one on a whim I think.
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Just use a small plate. It'll be easier to wash, and you'll have plenty of backups when one needs a wash.
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I bought the OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Squeegee July 30th of last year for 5.99, and have used it zero times. Maybe I'll use it once on my car windows during the annual deep clean soon

Passed on the mini brush and dust pan combo today. Only 6.50, but I couldn't think of one time I wouldn't just grab my $99 cordless vacuum (also courtesy of RFD) instead of using that kit

Yet I'm still considering buying this. We did buy a BBQ this year that's getting use, but I just use a plate or put the utensils slightly off the edge to not dirty the edge of the BBQ. Do I really want to spend 13.59 on a silicone mat?
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Aug 18, 2013
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Bought this last year for 13.99 on Shopperplus when it was their regular price. Great item to have when i DO remember to use it.. haha... same goes for my apron
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Enforcer22 wrote: I bought the OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Squeegee July 30th of last year for 5.99, and have used it zero times. Maybe I'll use it once on my car windows during the annual deep clean soon

Passed on the mini brush and dust pan combo today. Only 6.50, but I couldn't think of one time I wouldn't just grab my $99 cordless vacuum (also courtesy of RFD) instead of using that kit

Yet I'm still considering buying this. We did buy a BBQ this year that's getting use, but I just use a plate or put the utensils slightly off the edge to not dirty the edge of the BBQ. Do I really want to spend 13.59 on a silicone mat?
Silicone cooking mat (think cookies in oven) like $2 on sale at CT ($6 full price) then a dollar store or ikea cutting board ($3). So $5 maybe? Plus you get 2 otherwise usable items for when you're not grilling compared to the specific mat. Kind of like plates..
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Jul 29, 2019
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I've never felt the need to spend 13.59$ on a piece of rubber, more so than now... good grips, more like good grief!
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Jan 2, 2019
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Enforcer22 wrote: Passed on the mini brush and dust pan combo today. Only 6.50, but I couldn't think of one time I wouldn't just grab my $99 cordless vacuum (also courtesy of RFD) instead of using that kit.
Broken glass. That’s why I got it, it was the first scenario where I didn’t want to use my vacuum instead.
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why do you need this Face With Tears Of Joy
doesn't a small plate work like the same
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Not sure, if its needed after all these skip/ubereats/Doordash deals
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soupmaster666 wrote: My tongs have a little clip so I just set them on a plate
The Japanese tongs take it to the next level and are designed to not touch the table when you put them down. Pretty neat!

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Aug 27, 2013
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cgg123321 wrote: The Japanese tongs take it to the next level and are designed to not touch the table when you put them down. Pretty neat!

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That small tongs aren't gonna work too well on a piece of meat over a hot BBQ...

I appreciate the design, but it's for a different use case.
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cmchiu wrote: That small tongs aren't gonna work too well on a piece of meat over a hot BBQ...

I appreciate the design, but it's for a different use case.
Yes that's true, I use those for Japanese/Korean BBQ which has much more manageable slices
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The OXO gang adding this to RFD collection
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Enforcer22 wrote: I bought the OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Squeegee July 30th of last year for 5.99, and have used it zero times. Maybe I'll use it once on my car windows during the annual deep clean soon

Passed on the mini brush and dust pan combo today. Only 6.50, but I couldn't think of one time I wouldn't just grab my $99 cordless vacuum (also courtesy of RFD) instead of using that kit

Yet I'm still considering buying this. We did buy a BBQ this year that's getting use, but I just use a plate or put the utensils slightly off the edge to not dirty the edge of the BBQ. Do I really want to spend 13.59 on a silicone mat?
That squeegee is great for leaving in the shower, if you have glass shower doors. keeps them looking clean if you spend 20 seconds running it down the inside of the glass every shower.
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For a while, I was considering getting this too. But lately, I've just been taking out an entire half sheet pan (18"x13") with everything I need (BBQ tools, oil, paper towel, food) and wash it after.

And this comes from someone with quite the Oxo collection, including the BBQ tongs/spatula set.

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