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Old 06-22-2008, 01:07 PM   #1
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Would it be a dumb idea to put a couple empty aluminum pans on the bottom of the tube of my Klose to catch the fat drippings and make clean up a little easier? Maybe a little water in it to keep it liquideee...
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:24 PM   #2
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how about wide aluminum foil?

I was looking at Horizons at the BBQlossal and I noticed none of them looked all that clean. Why not let the thing get nice an ripe?
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:29 PM   #3
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Douchebag ...why not close the drain valve and fill the bottom of the pit with some water? When you are done, open the valve and you're done. Do it in your neighbor's yard though. Keep the drain pointed down or you'll be sorry and going to the Outback because of a grease fire.
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Bubba, just because you are fat doesn't mean you have to be so rude!

Filling with water will work and it also sounds like pans will work too. Thanks for your nice post, Stogie...not so much from you Uncle Fatso!

PS, thanks for all the help this past week...much appreciated!!
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Old 06-22-2008, 02:13 PM   #5
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Douchebag ...why not close the drain valve and fill the bottom of the pit with some water? When you are done, open the valve and you're done. Do it in your neighbor's yard though. Keep the drain pointed down or you'll be sorry and going to the Outback because of a grease fire.
Ditto! I alway put water in the bottom of my 36" backyard Klose.
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Funny how neither one of you tards mentioned that during the first cook instructions...with friends like you two...
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Funny how neither one of you tards mentioned that during the first cook instructions...with friends like you two...
Listen here. I know people who are both fat and retarded and I'm sure they would be mighty offended at your remarks!

Am I missing where you want to put these pans? Are you talking about the bottom of the cooker itself? Underneath the cooking grates?
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Underneath the cooking grates to catch the drippings...kind of like the water in the WSM. However, filling the chamber with some water will work just as well...but neither one of those selfish little girls bothered to tell me that before I used it the first time Friday night. Oh well...
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Already bitching about clean up......................who's gonna help you get the Klose in that attic?
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Galvenized painging pail from HD or Lowes. Cost a few bucks and can be used over and over. Line it with a plastic bag and let it drip, then tie up the bag and put it out on trash day.
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