Silicone bucket liner

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Boxxedmerch

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Jan 25, 2018
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Anyone heard of or used a soft silicone bucket liner for their drip bucket? Seems like a good idea. Easy to wash and reusable. Similar to aluminum liner that Traeger sales but soft silicone.
 
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chef jimmyj

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Sounds like a great idea...JJi
 

Boxxedmerch

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Jan 25, 2018
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Thanks. Yes I haven't seen anything like it. Was thinking of getting a some made and then selling them or giving them out
 

Gbert

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Jan 5, 2018
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I guess I'm washing my drip bucket either way so I'm not sure how much the silicon liner would buy me. Just something else to wash. Disposable changes that equation.
 

yahoot

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We just use quart paint cans on my Louisiana smoker, and gallon cans on the big one. They hold a LOT, and are disposable. I also like that I can put a lid on to keep the critters out. If a raccoon or skunk get in your grease bucket, it is a BIG mess.
 
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