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Unread 07-23-2009, 09:30 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by eagle697 View Post
I have thought about doing this before, and have done it on the cooking grates. Would you do this on the smoker itself. I would wonder about rust, especially on the firebox. Would you just oil it really well? Would it take the seasoning of the inside of the smoke box? I may try it on one and see what happens.
This would be one reason to build in a damper between the firebox and smoke chamber. I generally line my firebox bottoms with firebrick, and you don't want to get that wet. Otherwise, I don't see any problem power washing the inside of the smoke chamber, as long as you get the water out of the bottom.

I have never felt the inside of the smokebox needed to be cleaned to the same standards as the cooking racks. I like the cooking racks to be cleaned CLEAN.

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