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So thanks to these forums I have become a decent man'er of the bbq. Thank you all! My aunt gave me a Sazco ceramic grill and I love it. It is so efficient on such a small amount of fuel. Anyways. It has a chip on the top of it I want to take care of before it gets worse. I've looked around and have found some patches but no real information. Has anyone ever made a repair of this sort? Thoughts? Ideas?

 

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http://www.grillandbarrel.com/the-grill/2009/7/13/ceramic-repair-on-a-big-green-egg.html

 

http://eggheadforum.com/discussion/365780/tragedy-repairing-cracks-in-the-egg

 

http://www.nakedwhiz.com/ceramicrepair/ceramicrepair.htm

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Thanks!....(never thought about typing green egg into my search...duh)

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Originally Posted by keithace View Post

So thanks to these forums I have become a decent man'er of the bbq. Thank you all! My aunt gave me a Sazco ceramic grill and I love it. It is so efficient on such a small amount of fuel. Anyways. It has a chip on the top of it I want to take care of before it gets worse. I've looked around and have found some patches but no real information. Has anyone ever made a repair of this sort? Thoughts? Ideas?

 

post a pic of the repair and tell us what you did.

Happy smoken.

David

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since it's on the outside i wanted to make it look decent so i could repaint the whole things to make it look good...the JB weld might be a good base to use...

 

most of the repairs i saw were of cracks...

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