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Unread 12-31-2009, 09:20 AM   #16
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I will investigate alternative materials like aluminum or iron even though I didn't plan on having it come in contact with the food.

Thanks for the inputs.
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I will investigate alternative materials like aluminum or iron even though I didn't plan on having it come in contact with the food.

Thanks for the inputs.
It's not so much having the food come in contact with it, it's when the galv. gets hot enough to give off the toxins. Remember, your cooking area may not get above say 300 degrees but if you have it right next to the fire box that area my reach well over 600*.

For me, it's not worth the chance of making either me or more importantly someone I care about sick.
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clean it with vinegar should take the galv. off or muratic acid
muriatic acid.... yikes
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