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Thread: Thanks for the tips folks!

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    TVWBB Diamond Member Timothy F. Lewis's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tips folks!

    Just did a clean and polish on the 22.5 WSM. I give thanks to you good people, it was a fairly easy, albeit a little grubby, project. The thing looks almost like it just came out of its box! Windex, OOOO steel wool, paper towels and the thing is standing tall!
    Thanks again.
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    "If brains was lard, that boy couldn't grease too big a skillet!" J. D. Clampett

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    Now I feel ashamed of my Weber units

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    After I pull the meat and while the coals are burning down I wash mine with Dawn, hot water and a wash cloth. Rub dry with an old towel.

    Not every time mind you, but as needed.
    Bill: WSM 22.5 BBQ Guru DigiQ DX2 : Maverick ET-733 : BHG Gas Grill: His & Hers John Deere Lawn Tractors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy F. Lewis View Post
    Just did a clean and polish on the 22.5” WSM. I give thanks to you good people, it was a fairly easy, albeit a little grubby, project. The thing looks almost like it just came out of its box! Windex, OOOO steel wool, paper towels and the thing is standing tall!
    Thanks again.
    Do you have any before and after pics?

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    TVWBB Diamond Member Timothy F. Lewis's Avatar
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    No, cleaned it and sold it in three days.
    Distinguebant Sed, Ignoret In Particulari!
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