The kingsford ashing up is a problem, but one overcome with a little forethought. I usually "tap" my ash after awhile to remove it from the still smoldering briquettes. IN my Klose I shake the charcoal try or in the spicewine, bounce the coal tray a couple of times. Of course if your ash is on the bottom of the pit there is nowhere for it to go, so build your pile off the bottom so when you shake you have some place for the ash to deposit. Scott
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