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Unread 06-08-2009, 10:26 AM   #1
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I used silicone loaf pans to make meatloaf on my WSM. They were only on the grill for 30 minutes until the meat firmed up. I ran them through the dishwasher and they still smell like smoke along every other plastic item in the dishwasher. Any ideas on how to remove the odor?
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LOLOL haha that bites..

baking soda bath maybe..
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LOLOL haha that bites..

baking soda bath maybe..
That would be my guess....
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I think the loaf pan is history, but if you run a lemon/Dawn soap mixture through the washer you should be fine. All the guys on the local ambulance and firehouse swear by the Dawn soap thing for smoky smelling things and I think you will need the lemon as an acid to get the residual oil from the smoke and cook out, IMHO. Good luck.
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yeah lemon acid or even vinegar
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