(MOBILE, Ala.) - The Grill Daddy's makers claim it will rid your grill of black residue and grease and transform it into a sparkling clean and sanitized surface.
She's known along the Gulf Coast as D'vine because her grill cooks some fine soul food.
D'vine says they've had it cleaned and pressure washed before and if the Grill Daddy works it would be a dream come true.
The first step is firing up your grill or preheating it, next up, fill it up with water. Our grilling queen went to work and started to brush away food residue and grease.
She liked it at first, after a few minutes of cleaning, which the Grill Daddy appeared to do, her temperature about the product began to cool.
"The steel part is what's working, you really don't need all this and that," she said. "It's just like grease, when you put fire under it, it's gonna melt."
The product claims that when the water hits the grill, it turns to steam, which leaves the grill sparkling clean and it's that component of the Grill Daddy that D'vine disagrees with.
"It's working, but the water inside, I don't think that's necessary, because it's the bristles that are doing it."
D'vine says the product is a Dud.
We tried to contact the makers for comment, but have not heard back.