holysmoke if you were closer I might think about it. I’m sure shipping would be too much and I would be better off buying new.
I just got hosed on a used one I found on ebay. Used buy it now and then find out he doesn’t have it. Now I have to wait and see how long it takes to get my money back. It was only a few months old and used 4 times for $1300.
I just found a lead on another used one only a few months old. Waiting to hear back from the guy on pricing.
cleaning your smoker
denny66 last edited by
How well and how often do you clean your smoker?
denny66 Ahhh a subject near, and far from dear, to my heart! One of the main reasons I LOVE our PK 100 is that you never clean the inside walls or bottom, just the racks! However, with our big commercial one I have to clean it after every.single.use! Not a fan of that honestly!
I use Smokehouse Cleaner to make it easy, just spray this on and let it sti for a few minutes, then scrub any really stubborn spots and then rinse and you are good to go.
As far as how often I’d recommend you clean a home smoker…after any time you do fish for sure. Other than that I would say every 20 or so hours of smoking, though that might be too often for a lot of people. It also depends on how much fat drips down and how good your water pan is at catching that fat.
johnsbrewhouse Team Blue Regular Contributors Traeger Power User Veteran Sous Vide Canning last edited by
I just clean the rack, and the temp probe, never the interior. when it starts to flake, I take the vacuum to it. I have a Traeger, so I clean the pellet ash out on every smoking session.