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Composite or Wood mates

Crob28Crob28 Posts: 7
edited 7:38AM in EggHead Forum
Noticed most people on the forum without a table are using wooden mates....seems like the composite would be a lot easier to clean and maintain...

Any thoughts?
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Comments

  • WoodbutcherWoodbutcher Posts: 1,004
    That's probably because the composite mates are fairly new.
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  • tennvoltennvol Posts: 15
    I'm new to the Egg scene and I got the composite shelves with my large. I've been happy with them, just a little concerned of what will happen when I set something hot on them.
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  • Mine LIKE something HOT!!
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  • Both have pros and cons....
    Went with composite to withstand hot, dry climate.
    No regrets B)
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  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 6,578
    I have the wood...they are looking pretty grimy! If I had it to do over again I would probably go with composite. I would be concerned about setting hot things on them, but I have my old gasser sitting next to it for a landing pad for hot items.


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