Desperate for HELP

Discussion in 'Wood Smokers' started by candid48, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. candid48

    candid48 Newbie

    I just finished building a new smoker,made the frame out of treated wood and covered the inside with 1/4" underlay after insulating the walls & ceiling with 1" foam insulation.I then covered the outside with cedar siding,including the pitch roof.My question is this,out of 100% of the treated wood used 90% is either covered with 1/4" underlay (inside) and aluminum over doors (outside & inside) with aluminum over front of door frames.Of the 10% or less that is not covered inside is this safe to use in regards to the chemicals in treated wood or do I need to #1 cover all exposed treated wood,or #2 tear it apart and start all over.PLEASE HELP ME,ANYBODY AND EVERYBODY.
     
  2. raptor700

    raptor700 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    I'm no expert,but i would cover all exposed treated wood for smoking temps over 100º.

    If you were cold smoking only, it wouldn't be an issue.
     

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