Seasoning In My Char Smoker

Discussion in 'Charcoal Smokers' started by mr500, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. mr500

    mr500 Meat Mopper

    Off this weekend to get my new char smoker..and the mod stuff as well. My plan is before I put it together 100%, is to wash the insides etc.. with some mild detergent such as dawn and hot water etc.. to wash off some of the factory cutting oils. Next, I want to season it up but what's the most common method?

    I have heard using cooking oil on a rag, as well as rubbing bacon fat all along the insides of the cooking areas...So, what to use and where ??

    What do all the vet smokers out there do?????

    Mike[​IMG]
     
  2. ozark rt

    ozark rt Meat Mopper OTBS Member

    I think most here have just used vegetable oil, wipe on or sprayed either way. Some have just used Pam. Personally I just wiped her down with Wesson oil and let her burn. I did heat my Charbroiler up to close to 300 then wiped the "factory" oils completely off before I seasoned it.
     
  3. jirodriguez

    jirodriguez Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Yup... what Ozark said. Get it hot, then wipe of the gunk..... much easier. After that let it cool, clean it a bit, spray inside with Pam or wipe with veg oil, but Pam is super easy. [​IMG]

    Then run a 3+ hour smoke, heavy on the smoke. I ran mine at about 230° for 5 hours and used hickory lumps with the charcoal. I added hickory about once every 30-40 minutes. When I was done the entire inside was a beutiful mahagonay brown color.
     
  4. mr500

    mr500 Meat Mopper

    Well that easy enough. Heat her up,to loosen up the gunk,

    wipe off the gunk then spray her down

    then pour the smoke to her for a few hours.

    well alrighty ill do that. Have a 3day wkend coming up so I know what I will be doing!!! moddin and burning LOL

    Thanks so much...Mike
     

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