Grillbot Automatic Grill Cleaning Robot

Grillbot takes between 10-30 minutes to clean a grill and can be programmed to perform a light or deep cleaning depending on how dirty your grill grates are.

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The Grillbot automatic grill cleaning robot, which was unveiled at the 2014 International CES, features three steel brushes that clean your grill for a set amount of time, regulating its speed and direction automatically, all the while cleaning the bars of your grill. The Grillbot is designed to work on a gas or charcoal grill, and will clean a hot (up to 250 degree) or cold grill surface.

With this small robot there is no need to wait for the grill to cool off in order to clean it. Grillbot does all the heavy scrubbing to rid your grill of grease and grime while you get on with your life. It not only cleans your grill, but allows the grill to retain its ongoing flavor. Grillbot takes the work out of it with disposable brushes and three motor power to blast away grime and grease.

When finished, Grillbot alerts you with an alarm. With the Grillbot you can save yourself time and energy. It does the tough job of scrubbing and cleaning the grill so you can go ahead and do other things like watching the game, or joining the family to play games. Simply put the Grillbot on your grill, press a button and you are done. Grillbot scours grease and caked-on grime leaving your grill like new. Grill cleaning has never been easier.

Grillbot, which takes between 10-30 minutes to clean a grill, can be programmed to perform a light or deep cleaning depending on how dirty your grill grates are. The brushes are easily removable and can be cleaned in your dishwasher to give you the best clean possible every time. The grill lid should be closed when using Grillbot so it doesn’t fall over the edge.



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