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Old 04-07-2009, 07:53 PM   #1
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Hey everyone,

I noticed some rust in the bottom of my offset smoker. It is made out of a LP tank, so I am not worried about it rusting through, but I do want to keep it in the best shape I can. I am having new shelves made for the inside, so was gonna go ahead and clean it out and reseason. Open for suggestions! I thought maybe steel brush and brush it down, sweep it all out, then set a fire and spray it with what? Pam, rub with vegetable oil, lard, what do you suggest?

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Old 04-08-2009, 03:46 AM   #2
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PAM it damn it. Or cheap burgers will get the job done too. Come to think of it, chicken will do the job too.

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Dave Klose told me to cook a pound of bacon and save the liquid fat...then paint it on the bottom of the cooker to re-season it...worked like a champ!

I used Pam on the shelves and the firebox.
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