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Topic Title: Drain pipe splatters
Created on November 13, 2007 at 02:17 AM

Pam Weierke

Due to the wind, I've noticed that the drippings from the grill splatter on areas outside the bucket. I'm open to other solutions to this problem.

grillsarge

Ifound a taller tin bucket at my local hardware store which helps with this problem, or you could cut a 2 liter soda bottle and insert that into your Holland bucket, leaving the soda bottle taller to help cut down the splatters.

grillman543

OR YOU COULD BUY A LONGER PIPE OF THE RIGHT SIZE AND THE GREASE WOULD FLOW INTO BUCKET ,OUT OF THE WIND . EVEN THOUGHTHE 2-LITER BOTTLE IS A GOOD WAY TO KEEP FROM MESSING UP YOUR BUCKET .

Danny (GA)

I have found that the 2 liter bottle bottoms work very well and yes saves the little bucket.

Another cleaning hint..

Keep you a supply of 1/4 wooden dowels handy. When cleaning or even cooking, run that 24" dowel down the drain to keep it open.

Maybe Holland need to develop a cleaning brush, like a gun cleaninf kit, that fits the drain pupe perfectly, with a couple of putty knives you are ready to go.


sean

I use a brush from a 12 ga shotgun cleaning kit to clean the drain pipe. Someone else posted this idea a while back. It works. It's a perfect fit for the drain pipe. Hope this helps.