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Old 06-15-2014, 11:23 AM
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Saw this on a BBQ board,,,, be careful that you dont leave a loose wire on your floor to get picked up in your crust!
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Old 06-15-2014, 02:39 PM
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G'day
Sobering, same type of thing happened in Aust. A timely reminder. thanks. I have a natural bristle brush for low temp cleaning
My preference for high temp cleaning is to simply slap the hearth with the flat of the peel. All the ash that is raised it taken up the chimney. A simple mop of some rags wired to the end of a stick soaked in water with take care of most other things. As with most things keep it simple.
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Use a brush made from Tampico.
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Old 06-15-2014, 05:23 PM
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I gave my brush away. I scrape it with a hoe, then pound it with a metal peel to get rid of the remaining dust.
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Old 06-15-2014, 05:23 PM
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Wet things suck too much heat out for me, plus I don't need it to be THAT clean.
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Wet things suck too much heat out for me, plus I don't need it to be THAT clean.
I agree, I use a blowpipe to clear away the ash. Just blow, don't suck.
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Old 06-16-2014, 03:09 AM
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G'day
I think ya all have figured out there are indeed many ways to skin a cat...
But you got to remember if you get try to pick an fight with an old man, he mighten want to fight.... In which case he will just kill you.
Perhaps the most important thing to take away from this is regardless of weather your a slapper , moper , brusher or a blower....
It definitely pays not to suck!
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Im still going to continue to use my wire brush but just paying attention to this. My fire brick seems to be fairly brittle and I dont want to slap the floor to much, the corners are already rounded off from just what use its gotten in 6 months. Blowing makes sense, guess I'll have to find a way to hang another tool!
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An Alphorn would be better for OH&S
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Dave,

I think you need to copyright or trademark that one:


"...regardless of weather your a slapper , moper , brusher or a blower....
It definitely pays not to suck!"

(I cant stop laughing !!!)
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