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Unread 11-12-2003, 02:03 AM   #3
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personally, the extent of cleaning MAY be a quick shot with the hose. At the beginning of the season, i will give it a light scraping with a trowel to get off the big buildup, or pressure wash it when I do the lawn furniture, but after that, i leave the stuff in there most of the season. After I cook, and its still hot, a quick hose shot or wipe down is it for me. Anytime you use soap, means ya gotta reseason.

Ashes however, go right away.. they contain lye which will eat thru the firebox.
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