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add moisture!

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I dont understand why someone would mop if spritzing does the same thing, without messing the bark up. Is mopping for liquid that's thicker that couldn't make it through the sprayer of a bottle? I use a lowes cleaning bottle for my sritz
post #43 of 48
if you try foiling, try it the way I posted by keeping the alum pan in the smoker....get it covered as fast as you can when the temp hits 145 to not let the meats temp drop by removing it from the smoker to handle it icon14.gif ....
post #44 of 48
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I'll have to try that. I wish I built a second rack in my uds...ill have to build another rack so it can catch the drippings.
post #45 of 48
the alum pan the meat is in is used to catch them icon14.gif ....oh yeah I forgot to add I use a metal rack in alum pan to hold meat off bottom of pan 3/4"....it still gets great smoke and bark icon14.gif ....
post #46 of 48
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Oh okay well that sounds a lot easier than putting another grill grate in.
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Originally Posted by mquast010 View Post

I dont understand why someone would mop if spritzing does the same thing, without messing the bark up. Is mopping for liquid that's thicker that couldn't make it through the sprayer of a bottle? I use a lowes cleaning bottle for my sritz
 
If that spray bottle is plastic, make sure it's food safe.
Joe
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