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I have a large and small bge in a custom built cedar table on my deck. I usually start them with a chimney starter in the large bge, or on the platesetter and then dump the coals into whichever one I'm using. Though there have been, mishaps. where a stray coal with hit the table or deck.
What do you all do when starting the eggs with chimney starters? I'm kinda thinking about tiling over the table to mitigate the risk.
Anyone else have this issue or am I just not careful enough?