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Pit cleaning
I want to thank Patio Daddio for the info. on this product :wink: It is great, Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ Cleaner, available at Home Depot. I cleaned all 7 pits today in 45 mins. 8) You gotta try it :wink:

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04-11-2008 08:51 PM
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Hey Dave, I'm apparently not as smart as I think I am. Can you possible post a link to this product. I've been looking for a good grill cleaner. This would be great.
04-11-2008 08:58 PM
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Thanks, Dave. I'm happy to help my fellow BBQ brothers and sisters. See the link below. The product is available at Home Depot.

Simple Green Heavy Duty BBQ & Grill Cleaner

Dave - I look forward to seeing your glistening clean WSMs on the BBQ trail this season -- no pressure. Big Grin :wink:

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04-11-2008 09:43 PM
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Yo Tour, here is the link. Dave swears by the stuff. I send to Florida for an industrial product, but glad to see that there is something local.
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04-11-2008 09:46 PM
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No worries, my brother, but get out of my recipe book. :wink: Big Grin

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04-11-2008 10:07 PM
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I've been using S.G. for a couple of years. It cuts through the stuff left on the grills like magic. I use a kiddy wadding pool for my larger grills, filled with hot water and Simple Green, (read the label for proper ratio), let set for an hour and the gunk all but runs off. I didn't know they had a spray on one tho'.
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04-13-2008 10:43 AM
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I recently discovered that white vinegar works great, and its really cheap too.
04-13-2008 12:20 PM
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I'll try that white vinegar on my grill this weekend - I have some charred-on gunk that I would love to get rid of Smile
04-15-2008 08:28 PM
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Use a scotch bright scouring pad too and you'll be stylin'
04-15-2008 09:19 PM
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