Weber grill spray is supplied in a 16 fluid ounce bottle, complete with a spray cap. It can used on almost any surface, and is recommended for grills and smokers, as well as for use on kitchen appliances.

Weber BBQ cleaning spray certainly ticks all the boxes when it comes to safety and the environment. It has a USDA approved formula and is non flammable, doesn’t corrode, is non toxic and biodegradable after use. It’s also phosphate free. And being made from natural ingredients, it shouldn’t irritate the skin.

But does this BBQ cleanser spray actually work? I don’t think you’ll be surprised to learn the answer is yes and no. If you’re expecting to spray it on, walk away and come back later to find your grill shiny and new, that’s not going to happen. Like with most products, the results you get are going to depend on the material you’re using it on, the amount of dirt to be removed and the amount of effort you put into the scrubbing. I would say it works great on light grease, particularly on glass, but is progressively less effective as the grease starts to thicken.

The manufacturer claim this grill cleaner spray can be used on a cold grill, and that this will save you money in unused fuel. Of course, if you’re the kind of well organized and disciplined person who cleans the grill straight after grilling, this won’t apply.

I did find this BBQ cleaner spray more use in the kitchen. It copes much better with the kind of light staining and grease you find on microwaves and in ovens.

Overall, I’d say Weber degreaser spray is good for light cleaning duties, and is best used after a good scrub with a grill brush, to get that last shine on the grill before using it again. If you’ve kept the grill relatively clean after each use, this product is fine, if you’ve let the grease build up, this spray won’t help.

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