The robot revolution starts on the barbecue grill - replacement cast iron bbq grill grates
There are trillions of dollars waiting for the inventor of any device, just press the button to complete all the home laundry from washing to folding.
We don't have it yet, but there is a product that eliminates the least desirable work associated with your outdoor cooking off-track --
Need to clean your own grill again.
, A threatening automatic robot that looks like a small combat tank that hisses at work like a cage animal under the cover of your cooking deviceand-
Forget that when you do anything else, brush your grille to the glossy product.
Let's start with the obvious.
Traditional wire brushes are relatively cheap (you can buy them for a dollar on a local dollar tree) and most backyard BBQ fighters may already have at least one.
Pumice is also very popular, there is a super
Cheap grill cleaning hackers only need a crumpled aluminum foil ball to remove dirt from your previous chef.
All of this is a viable option, less laborious than Grillbot (price from $75-
120 depends on the model), but it is easy to be lazy and rush to work before applying meat to glorious fire.
This is a shame because starting with a clean grate is critical to the quality of the finished product.
Grillbot, can be set to 10-, 20-or 30-
The minute increments eliminate potential missed opportunities and are very simple to use.
Out of the box, the instructions are simple and clear: Don't be stupid enough to put it on a hot grill and make sure the lid is closed unless you want the machine to commit suicide to the concrete below.
Once you hear a noise from the machine like a bar fight, you know to leave it to do its job.
The manufacturer of the device has a Jedilike assuming that your grates are dirty, suggest 30-
The minute setting for the first time to use Grillbot.
This is too much, even for the largest grates, but it immediately proves its potential to the purchaser.
When it was originally applied to an actor
Iron grate, Grillbot, on my main Weber kettle grill, it has three separate motors and a rotating brass brush and it's almost done great.
It destroys all the rest of the sticky chicken and charcoal, but it also manages to polish the coveted black seasoning embedded in cast iron, which must now be restored.
Tested on a heavily neglected traditional grate, 10-
The minute setting is enough to detonate the shell-on rust.
There is no reason to believe that Grillbot will not perform admirably on traditional silk screens and other outdoor cooking surfaces.
Because it works through computerized sensors, it cleans every square inch of the surface no matter how big the surface is.
Another benefit is not dealing with the constant and expensive replacement of batteries that are often needed for Outdoor gadgets. The built-
In the lithium unit, it is fully rechargeable and will not slow down after more than an hour of use.
Grillbot is definitely a product that Jones is eager to show off, but it's time to keep up with them. $75-
120 according to model.