Maintain your grill with Redi-Grill products from Prince Castle. With this heavy-duty grill scraper, cut cleanup time and effort by 50 percent, and remove food and grease buildup that can ruin grill surfaces. Designed for use on steel surface grills, model 161 scraper is tough enough to remove burnt residue left over from virtually all types of food products.
Maintain your grill with this heavy-duty grill scraper, cut cleanup time and effort by 50%, while removing food and grease buildup that can ruin grill surfaces.
Designed for use on steel surface grills, the model 161 scraper is tough enough to remove burnt residue left over from virtually all types of food products.
The easy grip handle ensures safe cleaning, and a new wing nut design makes blade removal even easier – no tools required.
Model 161 has a 6 inch (15.24 cm) blade. It features a splash guard to protect the operator.
- Thoroughly clean hot grills.
- Blades are easily replaced without tools.
- Removes food and grease residue that can ruin grills.
- Prevents flavor transfer of burnt foods.
- Cuts cleanup time by 50%.
- Dishwasher safe for fast, easy cleaning.
- Replacement blade are available.
Product Spec Sheet
|161-1HD||Heavy Duty Replacement Blade for 161- Resharpenable|
|161-6HD||Replacement Blade 161 (6-pack) – Resharpenable|
|161-1DP||Replacement Disposable 161|
|161-6DP||(6-pack) – Non-resharpenable 161|
|Model Number||Width in (cm)||Length in (cm)||Height in (cm)||Shipping Weight lbs (kg)|
|161||6.00 (15.24)||14.16 (35.72)||5.81 (14.76)||12.70 (5.76)|
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