Grill cleaning?

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Mine's been setting outside uncovered for years. I guarantee it'll outlast nearly all the knockoffs.

You really have that much trouble with folks stealing your grills?
 

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Weber 26 inch
has sat outside for the last 6 years
Ended up in neighbors yard when tornado skipped over the house and got a bit out of round after bouncing
( hint: 1 inch binder clips work as mini clamps if you see smoke leaking between top and bottom)

I do admit buying the cover for it and also have some high temp paint in case of the finish getting chipped

I guess it could get stolen……but being retired seems to be a pretty good deterrent so far:yes:cool:
 

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Usually I dont tell people what to buy but since you started it I think YOU need to go to Towanda and pick up this ten dollar one.
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Guys I really DO appreciate the advice & I know of the Weber quality. If I had a pickin' up truck, I could take the grill to my storage unit for storage in the off season though when my brother was alive, he'd grill in the snow and yes beer was involved. ;)
"We" may take a serious look at the Weber.
AB let's make a grill outa those 55 gal. drums! The guys in the 'hood do!
 

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I’ve eaten many leg quarters cooked on a converted chemical drum BBQ pit. Probably explains my mentality.
 

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Guys I really DO appreciate the advice & I know of the Weber quality. If I had a pickin' up truck, I could take the grill to my storage unit for storage in the off season though when my brother was alive, he'd grill in the snow and yes beer was involved. ;)
"We" may take a serious look at the Weber.
AB let's make a grill outa those 55 gal. drums! The guys in the 'hood do!
They make portable models
 

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