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Unread 05-12-2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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I thought this was brilliant, then it occured to me one of the brethren might have an even better idea.
A 99 cent funnel and a jug, cap it and throw it in the trash!!
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Looks like you have a bingo....
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Simple and effective...
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Damn son, don't put it by the curb some harmless critter or crack head might try to drink it. On second thought just put it up out of reach of harmless critters.
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Filter it and sell it as hair oil
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I use the big plastic kitty litter containers sometimes, no need for a funnel then, but of course you may not have a cat. Anything that you can throw out is my suggestion!
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That looks like a winner to me. What I've done is use a 5 gallon bucket for the grease collection, and then when the ashes are cold, put the grease and the ashes in a plastic bag and into the trash.
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That's a great idea. The jug makes it easy to take it out to the stump you are wanting to burn out. And the smell will drive the neighbors nuts.
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hang and old beer bucket from the valve handle
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sounds like a plan to me .
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I collect it in a #10 bean can and pour it on the burn pile when I am done.
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KISS method, love it.

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I did one on a Char-Broil offset that I had. The open bucket method just made a mess on the concrete when the wind would blow.

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I did one on a Char-Broil offset that I had. The open bucket method just made a mess on the concrete when the wind would blow.

nice threaded nipple beats the funnel
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Bear bait in a bottle, love it!
Pour that over a old stump on a warm day.
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