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Is Wood ok?

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I am still working on getting my conversion up and running.  Is it ok to use wood on the inside of a freezer conversion?  I would be using it on the door and a little trim around the edges to replace the plastic pieces. This smoker would never get above 200 degrees.  Obviously I cant use any type of treated wood.  But if anyone has done this please let me know.  Thanks!!


Edited by Dan Gostisha - 10/16/15 at 5:19pm
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I can't see why it would be an issue. Lots of folks build from 100% Wood...JJ

post #3 of 6
For stability in the wood, think about real plywood and skip the chip board...
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Sorry it's taken so long to get back on this. Life had gotten crazy for awhile. I would assume you don't want anything treated?

Would 1/2 in work?

And is there any type of paint/primer i should use on the wood?

Thanks.
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Oops. Stupid phone.
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Originally Posted by Dan Gostisha View Post

Sorry it's taken so long to get back on this. Life had gotten crazy for awhile. I would assume you don't want anything treated?
No treated wood
Would 1/2 in work? Yes

And is there any type of paint/primer i should use on the wood? Not inside the smoker

Thanks.
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