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    I've had my smoker for a few years. Always used hd tinfoil to line the bottom and the chip box. But was wondering whether I should somehow clean? We use it a lot. Ribs, brisket, chicken, sausage. Sometime peppers. Anyway tinfoil is changed after each use. But was wondering whether a clean-up is needed, or let it ride?. Also, not sure how you would go about cleaning?

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    Cleaning????

    Don't do it!!

    I'm kidding. I wash the racks in the dishwasher. Occasionally I take paper towels and wipe out excess oil and grease on the bottom.

    That's about it for me.
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    If you want to see a well seasoned smoker, check out one of Luke Clayton's videos. That man is a wealth of smoking knowledge. especially wild game.
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    True story:

    When I first purchased my 1400, I took it over to the inlaws to show it off. I ran to the store to grab some ribs to smoke for dinner, came back to a pristine 1400 (I had it seasoned).

    Mother-in-law: "I saw how dirty your smoker was and thought you would want me to clean it, so I did."

    Me: ...........
    Remember: If it weren't for marriage, men would go through life thinking they had no faults at all

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    Bless her heart, that is hilarious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DReeves View Post
    True story:

    When I first purchased my 1400, I took it over to the inlaws to show it off. I ran to the store to grab some ribs to smoke for dinner, came back to a pristine 1400 (I had it seasoned).

    Mother-in-law: "I saw how dirty your smoker was and thought you would want me to clean it, so I did."

    Me: ...........
    You must be a saint to restrain yourself to responding with silence.

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    Stay calm, have courage and wait for signs. Been there with my FnL.

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