Maintaining Grill

arnie

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I have a Timberline 850 that I have cooked on about 7 times. The 850 has the stainless steel lining all inside. I noticed when I cook on it the shininess starts looking dirty so after each cook I have been cleaning the whole inside down with a good food grade cleaner and have kept the inside of my smoker looking like new.:geek:
My friend saw this and told me I should not be doing this. He said I am removing the seasoning that gives everything I cooked a wonderful flavor. So what do I do?:oops: Worry about the inside appearance or let it go. This is my first smoker, I have always cooked on a gas grill and just wire brushed it before and after cooking on it.
Any input would be gratefully appreciated.
Thank You:)
 

DVSCYCLES

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Keep the grills and grease pathway clean and only worry about any major splotches on the rest of the inside. That is seasoning.
 

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