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Old 01-20-2013, 02:59 PM   #16
"Bone to Bark" BBQ
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[QUOTE=Carbon;2334870]I've never cleaned the inside walls of my UDS. It has a thick layer of built up gunk on it, top to bottom. Could be my imagination but I think all that gunk helps insulate the drum and maintain steadier temps. My UDS seems to perform better, the dirtier it gets. :)[/QUOTE
Yep, same with mine! I think that goes for pretty much any cooker, the better seasoned it is, the easier it is to maintain temp.
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