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    Question for those who make their own: which wood do you use/prefer and why?

    Thanks
    Paul
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    Re: Wooden BBQ Scrapers

    Whatever is laying around. I have used oak and cherry. IMO it is good to make them thin rather than thick so they more quickly conform to the shape of the grills.
    billh
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      Re: Wooden BBQ Scrapers

      made hundreds of them,mine are all cedar deck material, i pick through the seconds at the local lowes

      we sold out of them at a sale last fall, made 20 new ones in an hour on the sunday morning!

      my shop is a beaver lodge
      steve, sarnia, ont




      1940's Craftmaster Lathe

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        Re: Wooden BBQ Scrapers

        Originally posted by Paul O in Paris View Post
        Question for those who make their own: which wood do you use/prefer and why?

        Thanks
        Paul
        I have used spruce for some but I don't require many. When I turn my BBQ on I cover the grill in Tin Foil and let it heat up. By the time it's ready all grime is turned to dust and a quick wipe is all it requires. A wipe with an oily paper towel makes it ready to grill. This trick comes from my restaurant buddies. I also just fold up the tin foil and place it underneath the BBQ ready for use next time. FWIW JMHO.
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