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Topic Title: recondition
Created on June 29, 2008 at 02:33 AM

imatt

Has anybody tried to recondition any of the grill parts or body housings using powder coat painting methods?

Floyd D

Imatt,
Most of us don't have access to powder coating, but it is a more durable process than paint. The black non-stainless grills are powder coated at the factory on the outside & aluminumized on the inside. I would not suggest any kind of powder coating or paint on the inside surfaces, but it works good on the outside.

imatt

Hey thanks. But I still have a problem with the paint flaking off inside. Should I do anything with it?

Floyd D

Imatt,
Thats not paint. It's just black grease build-up from the oils in the smoke that ciculates inside. On the inside of the lid, get your putty knife under the grease layer & peel it off. I do this at the same time I am cleaning the drip pan. It is part of the seasoning process, just don't let it get so thick that it starts to peel off & drop down on your food. The inside of the lid surface is aluminum coated, not painted.