Oklahoma Joe's Grilling Tool Set - Model 1278328

Model # 1278328

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Do you have a smoker or charcoal grill? Maybe you have both. Well, Oklahoma Joe’s 3-Piece Live Fire Tool Set is perfect to use for either one. Long handles will ensure that you don’t lose any arm hair and the wide tongs and spatulas are ideal for moving large pieces of meat. These tools can stand up to a crowd.

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  • Heavy-duty steel hanging hooks.
  • Long-reach, generously-sized tools with hardwood handles.
  • Not recommended for dishwashers.
  • Spatula measures approximately 22" overall with a 6" x 5" head for turning larger foods.
  • Tongs measure approximately 19.75" overall with generously-sized 4.25" x 3" heads for handling heavier cuts of meat.
  • Cleanout tool measures approximately 20.25" overall with a 4" wide scoop and scraper.
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    Oklahoma Joe's Grilling Tool Set - Model 1278328 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great grilling tools They are made tough and durable. They seem as if they will last a long time.
    Date published: 2014-06-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent product I love these utensils! Durable and they keep your hands out of the heat!!
    Date published: 2014-06-10

    What is the best way to clean a  Patio Bistro tru infared 240 grill?

    Asked by: Dalton
    There are 3 main steps to follow when cleaning your grill properly: 1.Perform the “Burn-Off” Method. Turn the grill on high (with the lid closed) for 15 minutes. This will allow any food particles or debris that is stuck to the grates or other interior grill parts, burn off of the grill. 2.After the grill has cooled back down, use the proper brush (nylon brush for porcelain coated grates, wire brush for stainless steel) to brush the remaining particles off of the grates or emitter trays. 3.Wash the interior parts of the grill with a 50/50 mixture of soap and water to ensure that everything is clean of debris. Once the parts are 100% dry, place them back in the grill so that it is ready for use next time! (if the debris is really stuck, you can use a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water) *To ensure you grates are easy to clean, make sure you season them properly before grilling each time!
    Answered by: Alyssa
    Date published: 2014-08-04