As you know, Real Men do not cook on propane grills. We use Henry Ford's charcoal, or better yet, perk up a fire using mesquite, oak, or hickory and then allow it to burn down to hot coals in order to sear our favorite steaks.
And you terrorist sympathizers that insist on cooking with propane (boat guys are excepted) I must ask: Why do you hate America and what it stands for? But I digress, and rest assured, this baby has a place even with the Hank Hill crowd. UPDATE: Hank Hill works for Strickland Propane and is mighty proud of it (got some emails asking).
It's a 21" long handled grill cleaner by, who else? Weber. For ten bucks US, you get the best, hands down bar none, grill cleaner on the planet. Buy one. Today.
Most grill brushes are too short and scorch your hand when giving the hot grill a good scrub before cooking. The long handled wood brushes all have the wrong angle, which causes the front of the brush to quickly wear off. The Weber is long handled stainless (maybe galvanized) wire with a composite handle, a brass brush, and can be tilted to any angle. The design allows for good cleaning between the ribs of the grill, in the corners, and it even works well on the round grills found on Weber kettles.
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