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Unread 08-25-2013, 09:33 PM   #11
Mo-Dave
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Originally Posted by Blutch View Post
There are still big pieces of rust on the grates.. definitely can still flake off. I parked the grill in the wrong place - under a roof with no gutter.. we got monsoon rains and it drained right on top of the vents which were slightly open. Really stupid. Not common. The perfect rust storm. :)
Don't know how bad it is without seeing them, or how old the cooker is, but it may be time to look at some new ones. I have some cast iron grates sitting out side for a couple years now, and with a good wire brushing, and seasoning I would not be afraid to use them.
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