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Old 08-12-2013, 03:08 PM   #9
DownHomeQue
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Originally Posted by ButtBurner View Post
the reason for the dry burn (step 1 2 ) is to burn off any manufacturing oils before you season it

not sure how much that matters, but how I always do it is get a good hot fire in it dry, then let it cool and do again with lube
I would hit a new pit with a Weedburner to burn off any manufacturing oils.. or impurities.. then steps 3 and 4..
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