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BGE Thermometer

BeastBeast Posts: 78
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Is it necessary to every remover the BGE Thermometer and clean the build up from around it that comes from cooking just curious..??



  • Beast,[p]Every few cooks I like to let-'er-rip when I'm done -- lets the temps soar to 700+ for half an hours or so...[p]Cleans out the goop build up...[p]Then, I vacuum out the ash, and rub the insides down with crinkled second-hand al foil.[p]~ Broc[p]PS -- Gasket warning![p]
  • JD McGeeJD McGee Posts: 250
    Beast,[p]I do every now and then when I think about it...I use a fine scotch brite pad or steel wool and just knock off the outside layer of crud. [p]JD
    Wine Country "Q" Competition BBQ Team Pacific Northwest BBQ Association's 2011 "Team Of The Year"
  • Beast,
    If it's got gunk on it, you'll know it. It doesn't work more or less ..anyway ..good idea to just reach in there once in a while and clean it off but when it's cold preferably. [p]

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