Hello. I've been having problems with the outcome of my baby back ribs and I'm hoping I can get some advice. I use Jeff's Rub and follow his instructions to cover them with enough where you can't see the ribs. I use an offset smoker and cook the ribs uncovered at a temp between 225-250. It usually takes about six hours for the ribs to get the way I like them. The trouble I'm having is that the rub stays pasty throughout the cook, to the point where I've had to wipe it all off the ribs with paper towels so that everyone isn't getting a mouth full of wet pasty rub. I don't feel like I'm putting on too much but maybe I am. I've thought about cranking up the temp near the end to help get a bark.Any other thoughts? Thanks.