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My new Egg Island.

Reverend BSBReverend BSB Posts: 157
edited 9:21PM in EGG Table Forum
This is the new Egg Island I am getting from the store I work at part time. We are going to add a Bull Door/Drawer Combo to the the empty spot for extra storage. The storage drawer under the egg is large enough for the platesetter and most of the larger eggcessories. I might cut an umbrella hole in the top too.

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Comments

  • This is my current mini egg table. Soon I will be cleaning it up, painting it green, and putting some nice ceramic tile on the top. More pictures to come as the project commences.

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  • Looks great.
    What is the material on the exterior?
  • SundazesSundazes Posts: 306
    That is nice.
  • Stucco. It has a steel frame with concrete backer board, tile top and stucco. It was made special by Bull BBQ.
  • Very Nice. You might know already, but I wouldn't set the egg directly on the stucco and backerboard as shown in the display. You will really like the drawer and cabinet, I build my table with them, and can store all of my BGE stuff in one place.

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  • Why would you not put the egg directly on the stucco and backerboard. The board is fireproof, will the stucco be damaged?
  • I would worry about live ashes potting out. Maybe add a piece of aluminum.
  • I would just think that you would get some discoloration on the stucco. I like to have a little air space between the bottom of my egg and any surface so that it cools down a little quicker. If I were you, I migh just get the egg feet/shoes and set the egg on top of them on top of the stucco.
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