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BBQ Mop question... especially if you live in TX

mojopinmojopin Posts: 200
edited 6:36PM in EggHead Forum
.... but you don't have to be a Texan to answer :)[p]I've used the regular BBQ Mop with the cotton fiber/threads. They are a pain in the a$$ to clean. So I was down in TX recently and my bf's cousin bought his father a slop mop from the HEB in Houston and brought it down to San Antonio, so in my search of HEB's I didn't find one to take home. [p]It has a wooden handle and stainless steel 'brushes'. I don't know how to describe it. They are like chains hanging off the end of it instead of the cotton fibers.[p]So I guess my question is, anyone tried this type? Where can I get one if it works as good as it looks? Otherwise I might have to try making one.[p]Thanks guys!


  • ronbeauxronbeaux Posts: 988
    I use a silicone one. Very easy to clean and they come in several sizes.

  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Never seen one like that, I just use a paint brush. -RP

  • Toy ManToy Man Posts: 416
    I don't use mops per se but I have become a BIG fan of silicone brushes. Just rinse to clean.[p]Toy Man
  • PopsiclePopsicle Posts: 520
    Amen on the silicone brushes. The only way to go. Popsicle
    Willis Tx.
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