Is it safe to use a galvanized ash pail to put out hot charcoal and then reuse them at a later date . I have heard that heat and galvanized metal are not a good combination health wise . What I wanted to do is dump my hot coals in the can from my Char-griller Acorn and put them out with the tight fitting lid .This way I don't have to wait the hours for the coals to die down in the cooker and I will be able to cover it a lot sooner and keep it from getting rained on if a storm is moving in which has happened several times to me after cooking . Then when I'm ready to cook again just dump coals back into the Acorn and light them up . What worries me is whether the coals will get contaminated by storing them hot in the can . Hope someone has some good info .