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smoker cleaning

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Whats the best way to clean a smoker (the cheap kind) to keep it from rusting. I'm afraid to use a hose
post #2 of 6

Check weather report for a dry day.

 

I use the hose and blast it with hot water.

 

Then use a leaf blower to blow off all the water.

 

Then move it to under the sun to dry out, and get the fire going.

 

 

dcarch

post #3 of 6

My wife 'suggested" cleaning my smoker and I said   "touch it and you die" My Smokey MT is coated inside and smells great. Why would i even think of cleaning. This smoker could never rust. We are talking 10 plus years of smoke. However I have hosed out just enough to remove small chunks of wood and meat that has fallen to the bottom.

post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
Someday I want one of those big smokers on a trailer. For now I have cheap models so have to preserve them as long as I can since I know they will rust out
post #5 of 6

I've never cleaned mine.  The grills of course, as the meat touches it.

post #6 of 6
Big fan of the...weed burner, warming torch..whatever you want to call it & a wire brush.
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