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  • Ash Drop

    When you look at an Allen Scott design, most of the ovens have an ash drop. Just curious as to why they are not incorporated on the pompeii style oven.

    Les...
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  • #2
    Originally posted by Les Dale
    When you look at an Allen Scott design, most of the ovens have an ash drop. Just curious as to why they are not incorporated on the pompeii style oven.
    I considered it when building my oven, but I just couldn't see how it really made a lot of sense in the end in terms of usefulness. I take the ashes out on my peel and dump them in a metal trash can.
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    Tarik

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    • #3
      i put one in my oven. have never used it. its easier to take the ashes out with the peel.
      my site for our pompeii and tandoor ovens
      www.killdawabbit.com

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      • #4
        Agreed. I have then in my Scott ovens, and don't use them.

        James
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        Outdoor Fireplaces

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        • #5
          Originally posted by james
          Agreed. I have then in my Scott ovens, and don't use them.

          James

          Thanks all - that was pretty much my opinion of them.

          Les...
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