Pellets Pellet storage

RADDY1973

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Guys im just coming to the end of my first bag of pellets and was wondering whats the best way to store new pellets. Im going for some Cookinpellets and wanted to get them in something air tight. BTW im in UK
 

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If you can find them, the Kingsford holders are perfect. They hold a 40lb bag of CookinPellets.

Kingston charcoal Kaddy.
 

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no pic but the kitty litter resealable totes (17# light and 35# heavy) work really well.

Will it hold 40# of pellets? Unknown. I have two 40# Competion mix/blend from Pitboss unopened and two Trager 33# mixes.

They work great for the 20# bags once opened as the bags don't reseal.

Just be sure to wash twice and air/sun dry between and the 'scent' will disappear after the 2nd wash.
 

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