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Unread 07-02-2009, 08:22 AM   #3524
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Originally Posted by HawkeyeQue View Post
Thanks for all the help everyone, I'm not the handiest guy around so bare with me through all my questions, I will post pics shortly, I'm starting my build on Friday. I just received my donor lid and cooking grates tonight. I'm fairly sure they are from the first Weber grill ever made and have been sitting in a shed out in the country for a loooong time. What is the best way to clean old grill grates and the inside of the lid? I think I remember reading spraying with oven cleaner and sealing up in a garbage bag and leaving them out in the sun for a day. Does this work? is there a better way?

Ive been known to nail my grills to a sawhorse and go at them with a wire wheel on my grinder... works real fast
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