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post #1 of 6
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Hi,

 

I might have done something dumb to my smoker. I recently built a very hot fire to burn off the build up from the last couple smokes. The cook chamber temperature was around 500 degrees. After I was done I now have blistering inside of the cook chamber. Should I scrap this off and re-season? 

 

Thanks

 

 

post #2 of 6
I would scrape it off. I don't like chunks in my Que!!!!
post #3 of 6

Yes , as DS says , scrape it off and re-season with a smaller fire and a lot less smoke . That looks like Creosote .

 

I use a wide 'Putty Knife' (6") and peel it off and toss it in the garbage .

 

After a good seasoning , you'll be good to go .

 

Good luck and . . .

post #4 of 6

Scrape.......and re-season.....then SMOKE something!

 

Scott

post #5 of 6

I think thats an awwww s...! No worries. It will be fine. Have another cold drink, clean her up and keep smoking! 

post #6 of 6

Scraper and wire brush be better then new.

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