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  1. #11
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    Default Here is the Plan

    Hi All Here is my plan..Clean with a wire brush, then spray Pam or rub down with cooking oil.. Do I have to RE-season?
    How to reseason?, get the temps up too 300*.

    Thanks Dan

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    Picked up a two pack of these from Sam's. I think it was like $5-6

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    BellFab custom offset, Hasty Bake Legacy 131, Ozark Oak Lump and local native hardwoods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanBono View Post
    Hi All Here is my plan..Clean with a wire brush, then spray Pam or rub down with cooking oil.. Do I have to RE-season?
    How to reseason?, get the temps up too 300*.

    Thanks Dan
    No need to reseason, unless you just want to. Brush it, spray it and do a cook. It will be fine. The Pam will make it easier to remove the next batch of deposits.
    And post pics of the cook.
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    OK will do brush spray n cook/smoke.
    I was surprized It was creosote . Only used the smoker about a dozen times, with only 1 or 2 chunks of wood at eat cook.

    Thanks for all your replies..
    Dan

  5. #15
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    Default clean smoker

    Hi All Well I finally took the wire brush to my smoker, then sprayed IT with Pam.Afther brushing I did see some parts were you could see the metal. Look like the creosote took off some of the paint.
    Will add a pic soon.
    Dan
    Last edited by DanBono; 01-14-2013 at 03:35 PM.

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    You want thin blue smoke
    Paul

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