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Mold/Mildew in the BGE

edited 7:50AM in EggHead Forum
We've had a wet summmer here in Atlanta, but my BGE has been capped and kept dry on the interior. Nevertheless, moisture keeps getting inside, and after 3-4 days, the entire interior of the Egg is full of mold spores on the grates, and sides of the Egg.[p]Do others have this problem? If so, how have you solved it?

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  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,494
    Henry Huyck,
    Purty moist up this way too, and I get mold from time to time. Nothing a good fire won't cure. [p]I find that if we get a day or three of steamy or rainy weather, then it pays to open it up on a sunny day and let it air out. Cooking every couple days helps too! [p]Nothing like being in the humid East!
    Chris

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  • Smokin JoeSmokin Joe Posts: 441
    Henry Huyck,
    I live in Suwanee so I feel your pain. Just fire that bad boy up a little more often and you won't have those problems. Joe

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