I love my Rec-Tec, but have had a lot of paint peeling issues after a grease fire several months ago. Anyone else have problems with paint peeling issues? I've been told Rec-Tec will send me some high heat paint for free, but haven't had time for this project yet. This is a project I'm not looking forward to it, so I keep putting it off. There is also paint peeling on the inside (not creosote). Any suggestions to avoid future grease fires? How do you clean your smoker? How often? How can I also brighten up the red paint on the lid? I've been avoiding cooking over 350 ever since this started, but I don't want to stop high heat cooking on my Rec-Tec forever. Picture was taken a couple months ago. Much worse now.