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post #61 of 74
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Check the health hazards of Goo Gone Grill Cleaner before you put it on a surface where food may be.....


https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=goo+gone+grill+cleaner+msds

Suppose to be all organic? :confused:

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post #62 of 74
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Probably has a on call caterer.


He's too rich to get himself all smoky?

post #63 of 74
I take out the water pan and whatever racks I've used clean them inside and washed it most the gunk off and then throw in the dishwasher to get rest off. Is all I have done so far but these ideas about steaming and whipping down sound like something to give a try.
post #64 of 74
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Originally Posted by jted View Post
 


Probably has a on call caterer.


He's too rich to get himself all smoky?

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Originally Posted by kboss714 View Post

I take out the water pan and whatever racks I've used clean them inside and washed it most the gunk off and then throw in the dishwasher to get rest off. Is all I have done so far but these ideas about steaming and whipping down sound like something to give a try.


When my MES 30 was brand new I washed the racks in my dishwasher. I had to remove the top rack of the dishwasher to fit those suckers in there. Now all I do is clean them in my kitchen sink with soap and hot water and a scrub sponge. In fact, I hand wash anything that gets greasy. I wipe down the smoker interior with damp paper towels just to get off excess grease, drippings, and carbon deposits. I don't clean everything off inside because the pros don't.

post #65 of 74

Good Info.

 

Gary

post #66 of 74

Hello,

 

I am new to using my 30 in Masterbuilt smoker but after two briskets and a few racks of ribs, my smoker was a mess. The glass was black and it seemed like it was going to be that way forever. I bought some "Mean Green" degreaser from Home Depot and put it on a damp scrub sponge. I put the smoker on the grass and started scrubbing. Within 15 minutes it was spotless! I let it air dry for a couple hours, covered it and put it away for two weeks. Next use there no issues.

 

I don't know if everyone already knew this but it worked like a charm!

 

Wojo

post #67 of 74
I use Clorox spray bleach and spray it all over the interior and leave it "soak in" for 30-60 minutes. Then I thoroughly hose it out with water. Then I run the smoker for an hour to dry it out.

I do this after every use... That means it's been done well over 100X with no problems at all.
post #68 of 74

my racks and water pan go straight to the dishwasher. The drip tray and drip pan get a new wrap in foil. All done in 10 minutes or less.  

post #69 of 74

Coconuts,

 

 You and I must have went to the same school. No better cleaner than soap, water and a little elbow grease.

post #70 of 74
I've had my Bradley 4 rack for four years, the only thing I clean is the racks, drip pan and water bowl. I've had very good results to date.
post #71 of 74

Clean with hot water only, in the spots that need it.

 

Fire it up to 275 for a couple hours & you should be fine.

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post #73 of 74

I found the easiest and quickest way to clean a MES window--I don't have one!

post #74 of 74
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Originally Posted by elohel View Post
 

Hey guys,

 

I'm kind of at a loss on how to clean this thing. I just opened it up and there is mold all over the racks from sitting there for the past few months :S Cleaning the racks is easy enough, but how do I go about cleaning the inside of the box? I don't want to damage any electrical connections, but the thing is in need of a deep clean.

 

Thanks,

 

Jeremy

Fire cleanses all including the soul!

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