Did You Know?!
Choking and suffocation are responsible for almost 40% of unintentional injuries in infants under the age of one in Canada.[Ref:3]
A thin metal bristle can break off a barbecue brush, stick to the grill, and then enter a piece of food. More than one person has had a metal barbecue brush bristle lodge in their swallowing passage. In this case, a bristle lodged in the base of a teenager’s of tongue.
Please replace all metal BBQ brushes with a wooden scraper (or carefully use a lemon or an onion on the grill).[Ref:52]
Please read this article for more important information:
Surgeon Wants Metal BBQ Brushes Banned After Dozens of Injuries