Like any good Egger, I frequently remove the ash that falls into the bottom of the
Egg using the Egg ash tool (long handle with a small 'L' on one end. The chore is even easier now that I have a BGE Ash Pan.
BUT... knowing how much the Egg enjoys an even supply of Oxygen - I wonder what other Eggers are doing to get to the ash that falls between the Shell of the Egg and the inner ring. The tool is straight and only goes so far when pulling ash out between the two walls - so the back half is stacked with ash I'm sure. Of course the real answer is to lift out the internal ceramics and clean the ash - but just curious if the creativity of this group has a solution that does not require pulling out all of the heavy dirty components.
I was thinking of using my air compressor to blact out the ash by shooting the air down from one of the holes in the inner ring. Downside would be the dust plume.
Your in Good Egging...