BBQ, Oven and Grill Cleaners with no rinsing, no water. BBQS can be used Immediately after cleaning.
BBQ Cleaner Australia | Oven Grill Cleaner | No Rinsing
Clean your barbecue without harmful chemicals and no water. No need to rinse.
- BBQS can be used immediately after cleaning. Use on:
- Kitchen benchtops
- Oven glass
- Outdoor furniture and tables
Range of BBQs
There is a huge range of BBQ’s, grills, and accessories to consider before you purchase your outdoor cooking area, in fact the outdoor cooking has become more than a Humble BBQ; it has become a more extravagant outdoor kitchen.
When looking to purchase any BBQ or outdoor cooking accessories always choose a good grade stainless steel. There are many BBQ's that do not use good quality stainless steel and they end up rusting. More than likely they have cheap materials in their manufacturing process. Painted BBQs are not recommended as they last only as long as cooked paint lasts!
Once you have purchased your nice shiny BBQ it's time to cook and get your nice shiny outdoor feel-good fun going. At the end of the fun, your BBQ gets filthy, greasy, burnt, and just plan miserable looking. How are you going to get this beauty back ready for your next fun time?
BBQ Cleaner (FOOD GRADE SAFE)
That’s Awesome BBQ Cleaner (FOOD GRADE SAFE) is completely safe for use on stainless steel, BBQ plates, (BBQS can be used Immediately after cleaning)
- Safe oven glass, plastic furniture, fridge interiors, microwaves etc.
- It is formulated using enzymes and does not have any chemical or detergent residue. Safely use your BBQ and Ovens immediately after cleaning.
- No need to rinse – saving precious water!
- BBQ & Outdoor Furniture Cleaning:
- Hydrocarbon and Rust Removal
- Easily Removes Oil, Grease & Food Fats.
The Art and History of Barbecue:
Unearthing the Origins of a Timeless Tradition
In the depths of history's embrace, let us embark on a poetic journey, a dance through time, to unravel the tapestry of the BBQ's noble heritage. The flames of curiosity flicker, illuminating the humble beginnings of this culinary delight, as we traverse the pages of antiquity.
When the first Spanish conquistadors set foot upon the shores of the New World, they encountered a revelation, a time-honoured tradition woven by the indigenous people of the Caribbean. These ingenious souls preserved meats under the watchful gaze of the sun, harnessing its radiant power [^2]. Footnotes A practice as ancient as time itself, this method resonated across continents, transcending cultural boundaries.
The fragrant tendrils of smoke intertwined with whispers of camaraderie, as the BBQ became a vessel, ferrying flavours, and forging connections. It was not confined to a singular definition; rather, it existed as a living expression, bearing regional nuances and national pride. From the barbie in the sun-kissed lands of Australia to the braai of South Africa's vibrant plains, the BBQ donned various names, each carrying the weight of heritage and identity [^3]. Footnotes
Yet, it was on the fertile soil of the United States that the BBQ's true transformation transpired. It emerged as a symbol of exceptionalism, an embodiment of American identity [^1]. Footnotes Its scintillating aromas wafted through the air, enticing palates and binding hearts. The sizzle of meat on hot coals echoed the harmony of unity, proclaiming that anyone who revelled in this age-old tradition was unequivocally "one of us."
As the BBQ's popularity grew, so too did its repertoire. It transcended its humble origins, evolving into a lavish outdoor kitchen, adorned with an array of BBQs, grills, and accessories. Stainless steel, a testament to durability and grace, emerged as the hallmark of quality, ensuring longevity in the face of time's unforgiving passage [^1]. Footnotes
Yet, the story of the BBQ does not end with the flourish of its grandeur. For after the feasts and the laughter, a melancholic air lingers. The remnants of charred memories and the residue of joyful chaos adorn its surface. The beautiful beast that once stood proud now bears the burden of filth, grime, and burnt remnants. It is a dilemma that befalls every master of the flame.
Fear not, for a solution emerges from the mists of despair: the Awesome BBQ Cleaner, a gentle elixir bestowed upon us by the culinary gods themselves. Its food-grade safe embrace caresses stainless steel, BBQ plates, oven glass, and even plastic furniture [^1]. Footnotes With enzymes as its allies and devoid of chemical residue, it beckons you to indulge in your BBQ delights immediately after its touch, sparing not a drop of precious water [^1]. Footnotes
In this sacred dance of fire and flavour, the BBQ transcends its earthly purpose. It becomes an experience woven with emotion, a connection to our primal instincts. It ignites our senses, enticing us with the sizzling melodies of smoke and fire. It is a ritual of gathering, a celebration of life, where friends and family gather to share moments and nourish their souls [^1]. Footnotes
So, let us embrace the poetry of the grill, where culinary symphonies unfold. Let us savour the smoky verses, taste the tender prose, and bask in the warmth of camaraderie. For the history of the BBQ is a testament to our eternal quest for connection, unity, and the simple joy of a shared meal.
 "Aug 8, 2019 · The barbecue offered a tasty solution. Despite its native origins and Eastern European connections, its status as a ‘frontier’ practice allowed it to be claimed as a symbol of US exceptionalism – and, by extension, as a mark of American identity. Anyone who enjoyed barbecue meat, the logic went, must be ‘one of us’."
 "Jan 4, 2023 · History of Barbecue. When the first Spanish conquistadors arrived in the new world, they found the indigenous people of the Caribbean preserving meats in the sun. This is an age-old and almost completely universal method. The chief problem with doing this is that the meats spoil and become infested with bugs. To drive the bugs away native cooks ..."
 "Barbecue or barbeque (informally BBQ in the UK, US, and Canada; barbie in Australia; and braai in South Africa) is a term used with significant regional and national variations to describe various cooking methods that use live fire and smoke to cook the food.  The term is also generally applied to the devices associated with those methods ..."