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May 8, 2013 at 12:17 PM

How do you clean your barbecue grill? We want to know

Nearly two weeks ago,  a Mountlake Terrace teen ingested a wire bristle from a brush used to clean a barbecue grill.

He became seriously ill and had to undergo abdominal surgery to have it removed. He’s now recovering. We’ll have more on his story later today.

We know there are other, safer ways to clean grills and we’d like to know what suggestions you have? How do you clean your grill?

We invite you to leave your ideas in the comments section of this post or on The Seattle Times Facebook page.

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