What You Need to Know About Your Grill Brush
It's Memorial Day Weekend, which means across the U.S., Americans are busting out their grills to enjoy the first big family barbecue of summer. But first, make sure your grilling equipment is in tip-top shape. Home improvement expert Ron Hazelton told Inside Edition bristle-based grill brushes in particular can pose a hazard, especially if they're old. Bristles can potentially break off and end up in your meal. "The food that is then put on the grill picks up the bristle and it's ingested, and that can cause some fairly serious problems," Hazelton said.