A DIY griddle scraper from Home Depot that you can make at home for less money than you’d spend on a $2,000 Griddle Scraper.
We made it with a small tool, but you could use any metal or plastic scraper.
The scrapers we tested were made from aluminum foil, which means that they have a tendency to split, and you won’t get much use out of them.
The metal scraper had a sharp edge and was pretty heavy, but it’s also easy to work with.
To assemble it, you will need some screws and a few things to hold the scraper together.
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Start by cutting your foil into 1/4-inch thick strips.
Make a hole in the center of your foil.
Insert the scrape and cut it into 1-inch strips.
Then, cut another 1- inch strip in the same direction.
Insert your new scrapers and tighten the ends.
Take the scrapers out and attach them to the griddle.
Repeat steps 4-6 for all the scrapes you made.
It works, but not as well as a Griddle scrape.
You can’t use the scrapper to lift your food from the grilling grate, but that’s not a problem.
You can use it to clean the inside of the grating.
The tips are sharp, and they don’t split.
We were able to use them for two different kinds of food, including a steak.
We also tested one that would work for a grilled cheese sandwich.
But, they aren’t great at scraping, and won’t do the job for grilling vegetables.