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Thread: Question About Reusing Charcoal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Elwell View Post
    After all the coal has gone cold and with gloves on, I just rub it between index finger and thumb until all the dust comes off. If anything remains it goes into the chimney.
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    This. But if I press it and it crumbles, it gets tossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty James View Post
    Seems to me that such small pieces would choke down the chimney. I recall having that problem a time or two.
    Yea, but I don't put em in the chimney, just rake off the ash, leave them in a pile on the grate and dump a lit chimney of fresh over them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy View Post
    Yea, but I don't put em in the chimney, just rake off the ash, leave them in a pile on the grate and dump a lit chimney of fresh over them.

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    I see. That would work with a dual grate system.
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