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Thread: WARNING BBQ BRUSHES CAN BE LETHAL

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    Senior Member Owllady's Avatar
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    Thanks for the wakeup call.

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    Thanks for alerting us. That is really scary. Glad that your son is okay.

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    OMG!!! That made me gag. UGH. I'm glad he's on the mend. Owie owie owie.

    I was considering getting a wire brush for our grill, but no way am I doing that now. I'll just continue washing it in the sink with steel wool and following up with a cloth. Thank you for the warning!

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    That's scary. Glad he is OK now.

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    Glad your son is o'k and thanks for the warning.

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    Thank you for the warning! I never thought of it, and we use those wire brushes ALOT! No more! Glad to hear your son is OK. Thanks again!

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    How scary!!

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    Yikes, that's scary!! Glad to hear he's doing okay now

    Susan

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    Thanks for the warning. My husband likes to clean vigorously before each cookout. This is a surprise. Glad you son is well now.

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    So glad your son is okay. Try using wadded up foil to clean the grill.

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    Like so many others, thanks for the warning, and the suggestion about the balled-up foil!

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    So Sorry to hear of your son's frightening experience. Thanks for the warning...glad I switched to a scraper years ago.

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    So sorry to hear of your sons emergency and thank you for the warning. I'm glad I changed to a scraper a few years ago.

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    Glad your son will be okay. Sorry to hear he swallowed the wire. Thanks for the warning. You may have saved someone's life. God bless you and your family.

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    Oh my, we have a new grill and wire brush. I will be tossing the brush. Thanks for the information. I am really sorry you had to learn the hard way with your son. Glad he is going to be ok.

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    Thanks for the information. Living in Georgia, we do like to grill; expecially in the summer and fall. I am passing this on to my family and friends. You may have just saved another child, or adult that same experience. So glad everything is alright. Again.many thanks. Gigi

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    i was just thinking of this yesterday. remembered this post when watching a commercial about an outdoor grill.

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