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Thread Starter 
ok i have gotten knee deep off in this smoking/grilling thing. my question is now that i have all these accesories, racks, gagets and dodads how and what should i store all this in ...totes i have a table full of stuff my pit area looks like a garage sale tent....HELP ideas would be welcome please....to poor for cabinets yall...
post #2 of 8
i have a peg board in my garage.....
post #3 of 8
I got one of those plastic patio chests from Sears a few years ago www.suncast.com/productdisplay.aspx?id=468&pid=140. It works pretty well for my charcoal, wood chunks and chips, chimney, foil, tools, gloves, pans, etc. Looking back I think I should have gotten an upright style http://www.suncast.com/productdispla...?id=531&pid=21 , as it would have afforded better organization.
post #4 of 8
Very good idea....im gonna keep an eye out for one on sale...
post #5 of 8
Thread Starter 
that upright looks like a good deal .it holds alot and hides it too.i wouldnt have a bunch of totes stacked up.
post #6 of 8
Same problem here - start small..... tub for spices, rubs, and generally stuff that doesn't need 'frigeration. That way you won't be surprised when you're out of something that you're sharing with your better/best half.

Then, it's onto the garage - pretty much the same thing.........start small and work your way up to wood specific tubs, different brands of lump, etc.

btw, welcome to the forum.
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post #8 of 8
I do different sizes of covered bins myself...inexpensive and versatile...you can always add more when needed. Electric slicer, smoker accessories, pans, spices & grinder, etc.

Happy smokes!

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