What I mean to say is that I usually just let the stuff build up a little on the lid and scrape it off when it starts to flake.
For grease and drippings I usually just use a putty knife to scrap it all out when it's cold... cant remember ever taking a hose to a smoker, but I'm a lil' wierd too... :crazy:
For the weber kettle I use my weed burner to burn off some of the stuff that doesn't hit the drip pan, if I do it every time it doesn't build up to the "flaming kettle of death" level...
Also, it might help to know what kind of smoker you're cleaning out... :wink:
rub it smoke it bbq
12-28-2010 04:55 PM
black dog bbq- ive done mine like that before didnt seem to work to well i dont think mine was 300 deg. neither ive got 2 pits 120gal 0n a trailer and a 300 gal ona trailer nothing as big as his he made it look so simple also. thx for the video much enjoyed
12-28-2010 08:11 PM
I use a product called greased lighting and a power washer then heat it up dry it out and reseason.
12-28-2010 08:24 PM
I use a wide putty knife to get rhe grease buildup about once a yr. Power wash the food grates now annd then and reseason