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Drip Pans

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  • Thanks everyone. What liquid do you use.
  • None. I put copper plumbing tees on the plate setter to create an air space so the drippings don't burn. Set the drip pan on the tees.

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    Flint, Michigan

    Where shootings and tap water are equally deadly

    My fleet of eggs: XL, Small & Mini.

  • Stew21Stew21 Posts: 13
    edited September 2013
    I haven't used a drip pan yet so 2 questions, How do I clean my plate setter? Have I ruined my plate setter?
  • Stew21 said:
    I haven't used a drip pan yet so 2 questions, How do I clean my plate setter? Have I ruined my plate setter?

    @Stew21 - I clean mine cooking pizzas.  The high heat cleans it like a self-cleaning oven.  Me & Wilma started the Atkins Diet a couple of weeks ago so I suspect my plate setter will become a little grubby.  I guess it already is.image

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    Flint, Michigan

    Where shootings and tap water are equally deadly

    My fleet of eggs: XL, Small & Mini.

  • I use aluminum oven pans on my XL plate setter and they work just fine. Walmart has them in packs of 2 for pretty cheap.
    Houston, TX
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