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burnt daisy wheel

Hey y'all, I did a hot burn and left my daisy in to long. When I opened the dome the daisy wheel was brown. Please tell me there is a way for me to get it black again.

I thank you in advance...
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  • njlnjl Posts: 785
    If the brown is rust, wash it with a scotchbrite pad, dry it thoroughly, spray with oil or PAM, and put in a 400F egg (or oven) for a while.
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 12,471
    edited November 2012
    Hey,

    It's easy. Knock any rust and dirt off with a wire brush if necessary.  Coat with oil (hell, spray pam on it).  Edible oil.  Then season by heating it up in your oven (or egg) until it hits around 450-500 F.  Pull it out, add a new coat of oil and it'll be black.
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  • Or just do a Low and slow on a pork shoulder :) 
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