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Thread: How do you prevent water from building up inside WSM when stored

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    There is a seam sealer made for tents that just might help....
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    I made room in my garage, works a charm!
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    Keep the smoker in the garage, and just move it out when you need to use it. But.... it MUST be stone cold fire out before going back
    into the garage.

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    That's what I used to do ( garage kept) and one of the reasons I added a third wheel to my OTG and Weber wheels to my 18.5" WSM so they were easier to move back and forth.
    But now I have a 6' x 8' metal grill gazebo and no worries.

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    well, I turned the center section upside down and it rained yesterday. No water inside the smoker. Yeah!. Now we will give it a better test this week with the storm that's blowing through. I keep my grills and all the like on the back porch which is right off the kitchen. I wish I would have covered part of it now when I rebuilt it, but alas I didn't. My other smokers/grills at the lake house are always under cover so that keeps them 100% dry which is nice.

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    You be safe up there Ryan! This sounds pretty big!
    I wish I had done a few more “grill shelter” things everywhere I have lived! I’m designing a small deck off my back room, at some point, and will incorporate some weather protection on that. It will need to be detachable but, I have a couple of ideas for that. If I can give it enough footprint, I might consider “foot holds” for my easy up, fair for rain but, probably not for the feet of snow that can happen around here. At least we don’t get hurricanes!
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