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Season an older charcoal grill?

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I have a Webber 22" that is a couple years old. I've used it for grilling only. I recently purchased a Smokenator and plan on using it soon. Is it necessary to clean my grill and season it for smoking? Or is it OK just from grilling? Sorry if this is a dumb question, obviously I've got allot to learn, but finding this is the place to learn it. Thanks for the help!!

post #2 of 5

Just make sure it's clean, Weber grills do not require seasoning.

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Thread Starter 
Thanks cliffcarter, appreciate the reply.
post #4 of 5

I NEVER clean a Weber grilling surface!

 

I heat it up.  I scrape it down with a heavy duty painter's wire brush.  I heat it some more to sterilize.

 

Then I cook and enjoy!

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #5 of 5

Clean it then use it.  My well used 22 Weber Kettle had been sitting on the side of the house for years until I received a Smokenator as a gift.  I cleaned the grill then fired it up.  Great little accessory for the W.K.  If you have any questions there are lots of answers here.  Have fun!

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