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Unread 06-11-2013, 11:07 PM   #16
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Unread 06-12-2013, 09:28 AM   #17
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Once when I was in high school my old truck was making some funny noises that annoyed me. My old man told me to turn up the radio. So to bring this into the grilling world, when your kettle ash annoys you, I suggest you drink more beer until you forget you are annoyed.

I don't wait to be annoyed.
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I use a Galvanized bucket from the feed store, park it on the plate. I call it the Redneck One Touch Gold mod
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I use it just to catch the random embers/coal that fall through during long cooking. When I'm ready to clean it out, I close the vents and just use a very large plastic spoon or trowel to scoop it out directly into and office trashcan liner. A pain, but no stray ash falling everywhere. Then again, I will admit that the aluminum pan does look pretty thrashed.
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I have my ash plate clipped on with binder clips over the slots. When the kettle is cold, before opening the daisy wheels, I tip the whole kettle over a garbage can and dump the contents. YRMV.
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