Disco - GB12PC - 8 in x 4 in GrilBrik® Grill Brick

SKU: 83320
Price: $2.50/ea
Shipping Info: Stock item, same day shipping M-F

8 in x 4 in GrilBrik® Grill Brick Features

  • The leading flat brick-style griddle cleaner on the market today
  • 3 1/2 in (H) x 8 in (L) x 4 in (W)
  • Works on hot or cold griddle without lifting griddle cure
  • Film wrap acts as the holder
  • Virtually odor free
  • Requires no rinsing
  • Will not scratch
  • Works on pots and pans
  • Made in USA
  • Pad Type: Pumice
  • Shape: Brick

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DiscoGrilBrik 8 in x 4 in Griddle Cleaner
 
5.0

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5.0

Cleans grill top as expected

By Art

from Lake City, MN

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Construction
  • Stores Easily
  • Works Effectively

Cons

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      Comments about Disco GrilBrik 8 in x 4 in Griddle Cleaner:

      Works great on our pancake breakfast grills.

      • Primary use:
      • Business

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      • Q:

        I use your Grilbriks on a stainless steel grill using canola oil. Can I use water instead - its so much cleaner, but seems to scratch the grill more
        Asked on 4/1/2013 by John from Lethbridge

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        • A:

          Thanks for bringing your question to Tundra Restaurant Supply John.

          Our technician says he's seen people use cooking oil from a fryer with this Continental GB12 DISCO GrilBrik® Griddle Cleaner. That said, regardless of what you use you'll scratch the grill, and there's no reason you can't use water. The only problem with using water on a hot grill is you'll probably get some steam.

          Answered on 4/2/2013 by Andrew Call from Boulder, CO
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