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kjw



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PostPosted: Sun May 20 12 10:26 pm    Post subject: Preping new grill Reply with quote

So I'm a newbie .. sort of .. I picked up a Brinkman smoker a couple years ago and used it some with I think decent results. Now .. partly based on a review I read in one of these forums I picked up a Chargriller DUO (with the side firebox ofcurse) to go on the new 9x5 concrete slab I had laid in my backyard (new drive way.. whats a little extra as long as they had the truck here right?).

I put the duo together yesterday .. several hours (and brews) later it's looking good... ready to go. It seems that during shipping they cover the grill with an oil(?) .. I assume to prevent corrosion.

Whats the best way to get rid of this ? I was thinking just fire it up and let it burn off but figured I'd ask you guys ... I want to get this going properly and would hate to find out that is NOT the best way to get rid of this film ...

Thanks in advance ..
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k.a.m.
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Location: Southeast Texas.

PostPosted: Sun May 20 12 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome to the ring kjw, looking forward to seeing some pics of your cooks. Smile
Go to your local auto parts store or walmart and get some simple Green. Spay the cooker down and let it sit for a bit then rinse her off. Start a fire in her and run her up to around 300° and let her dry out, then lightly coat the inside of the cooking chamber with Pam. Let her run for a couple to three hours and your seasoned and ready to cook.
At this time have some leg quarters ready to cook they make a great first cook.
I hope this helps. Very Happy
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