Steven Raichlen Best of Barbecue Barbecue Sauce Mop with Removable Head - SR8008
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- All Cotton Head detaches for easy cleaning
- 15-inch handle
- Cotton mop ideal for applying basting mixtures, mops or barbecue sauces
- Loop for hanging
- Model number: SR8008
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Grilling authority, Steven Raichlen, host of the popular cooking series Barbecue University and author of the best-selling Barbecue Bible cookbook series, partnered with The Companion Group to create a fabulous line of innovative, versatile barbecue products. The Sauce Mop is great for applying your favorite basting mixtures, flavored butters, glazes, and mop or barbecue sauces. The all cotton brush head detaches for easy soaking and cleaning.
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You can't go wrong with this mop.
The description said the handle is 18 inches long, which would be perfect, so I ordered it. Unfortunately, that measurement was wrong: the handle is barely 15 inches long. I submitted a correction and posted the same photo I submitted with the correction, so maybe they'll fix that mistake soon. At 15 inches long, it just barely reaches where I need it to, but it works well enough that I'll keep it.
The handle is more ergonomically shaped than it looks in the photos; it has a slight indentation a few inches from the end that makes it very easy to hold. The mop head is great; it's made of tough but very flexible, high-quality cotton that's not as absorbent as cotton can be (which is good, not bad, for a tool like this), and it doesn't shed at all. Using it as I am I don't expect ever to have to replace the head, but it's good to know I can if I need to.
Before, I used to clean the grill with with soap and paper towels since you are not supposed to use a brush. The George Forman cleaning sponges did not appeal. I figured the sponges would not last very long, would be hard to clean and were expensive for what you got.
Even though our manual says you can put the grills in the dishwasher, I don't because I wanted to keep the surface nice for as long as I can. When I wash them, I take one to our sink. I turn the water on very hot. I rinse the grill under the running water to get off a lot of the surface mess. I wet the mop and squeeze some dish soap on it. Then I take the mop, holding it by the connector, and run it up and down the channels of the grill until it looks pretty clean. Then I rinse the grill with hot water to see if I got everything. If I didn't, I just go to the area that needs further cleaning, and clean it. Rinse again. Then I dry it with a paper towel and slip it back into my Breville.
When I'm done, I rinse the mop under hot, running water, add some soap and lightly scrub it and squeeze it. The mop comes clean easily and quickly. The first time I went to rinse the mop head, I hesitated and wondered if I really wanted to get my hands in the dirty, greasy mop. I went ahead and did it, and it really wasn't as bad as I thought it might be. I also got the two refills of the mop head. If I want to get the mop cleaner, I could find a way to hang it in the dishwasher so it would be free of the spray arms. I also wouldn't hesitate to throw it in the washer after I have rinsed it out well. If you want to be sure to get rid of the bacteria, then I'd put it in the washer after you have hand washed and rinsed it well. When I'm done, I just hang it up to dry.
I'm so pleased with my purchases.