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I have two gassers and a WSM I want to sell, but I'm not sure how to handle the contact, any suggestions.
Thanks for sharing that Greg, I've read the same thing about the virus life.Everyone be aware the latest research says the virus lives up to 72 hours on plastic and 48 hours on steel. There is conflicting information about paper products like money with some sources saying a few hours and some saying not at all. This all seems to change frequently based on the source and latest information
The wife and I have started wearing masks when we go out (only for essentials) based on the new recommendations. And of course I'm masking at work (hospital) all the time now except when I'm alone in my office.
Not trying to be an alarmist. Just wanting everyone to stay safe.
Backyard grilling is good family time. I suppose if one had a way to sanitize the outside of a grill a good preheat wilt take care of the inside. Could make the "lockdown" much easier for somebody that doesn't already have that option. It's been mentioned already how a transaction could be done with little or no interaction. So I guess in some ways it's safer than going to the grocery store. I have a nine year old boy. He is literally bouncing of the walls. Anything that gets him out of the house is essential. My 13 year old girl is going through a really hard time with all of this for other reasons. So in my opinion as long as common sense is used, then getting a family grill if you didn't already have one could be a welcome outlet in this thing we are going through.Is selling flipped grills essential? Where I live, it's only trips out of the house for essential work and food hunting/gathering.
Bruce, thanks for reminding me of this. It did cross my mind a few minutes ago.THings are not so tight everywhere else.
I live just over an hour away from Chris, with pretty much the same restrictions and enforcement. What I posted earlier stands, however I got to thinking about it and it makes me sad that some people may not be flipping grills but selling them because of bills.Chris, you are in a hot zone/state. THings are not so tight everywhere else. In Wisconsin, it is more of a suggestion that you stay home.