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Old 03-03-2013, 11:59 AM
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I would have thought a hoe or variation of a hoe would be ideal fro removing ash
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Old 03-08-2013, 04:04 AM
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I'll be going to bunning to look for that ash shovel... just what I need.

I have been meaning to post the attached photos for a while. Made these tools based on tools I had seen on a few different internet sites - my Dad had some scrape tube laying around that was a perfect compression fit for attaching to the wooden handle and he did all the welding for me as well ... they work great and I actually use them all. The metal pizza peel is a bit big for rotating the pizza so I need to make another smaller one. Just need to find a place to store them all.

The wooden peel is nice with a silky oak handle and cedar peel... some old timber scrapes my father in law had under his house !

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Found at Powers tingalpa QLD narrower heavier construction flatter ange to handle
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I would have thought a hoe or variation of a hoe would be ideal fro removing ash
If using a hoe make sure it does not have a metal handle.
A hot hoe can be difficult to manage.




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You just aint man enough for the job then....
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Davids ,I can never question you advice on many matters and now that will include "hot Hoes". The replacement handle will be of course be hardwood.

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Davids ,I can never question you advice on many matters and now that will include "hot Hoes". The replacement handle will be of course be hardwood.

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Yes, I imagine that a hoe and softwood would be a poor combination.
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That's exactly what I use Dave. Stomp on it and make the angle even flatter, reshape the leading edge so it is curved to fit the back of the oven and fit a longer handle.
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