The Grease Box

traeger860

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Saw this ad on Instagram a few times lately. Looks like a pretty cool product. Anyone try it out yet?

 
I've always wanted to close off that area and stop losing smoke thru there :unsure:
 
I HATE cleaning the grease chute and emptying the grease bucket. I place a foil lined baking sheet under the cook to catch the drippings. After the cook, I remove the foil and toss it in the garbage. I then reline the tray with fresh foil for the next cook. That way I never have to clean the grease chute or dump the bucket. It is much easier that way. As they say "Laziness is the mother of invention".
 
I do the same thing, but I still keep the bucket hanging on there just in case. I knock it off all the time by mistake.
 
I haven't even looked in mine in over a year... I use a glass pickle jar and just throw it out when it's time... maybe I should go check..:unsure::unsure:
 
you know how many foil buckets I could buy for that money? All of them. Forever.

But now I have clicked on their link, and I shall receive their adds in my feed for the next couple months...
 
I believe it was developed to keep pets out of the grease catch bucket.
 
I believe it was developed to keep pets out of the grease catch bucket.
I am not sure pets are a big problem, but I you have racoons in the neighborhood, they will find the grease bucket.
 
I am not sure pets are a big problem, but I you have racoons in the neighborhood, they will find the grease bucket.
It’s one of there advertising strategies.
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Okay, we will try it... add this to the (long) list of "things I didn't' know I needed until I got on a message board."

It came fast (UPS ground from AZ in 3 days) and I will say it's heavy and seems solid, maybe about 6 lbs.

If you were thinking of sealing in smoke, this doesn't seem like it will restrict air flow much more than normal.
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If you were thinking of sealing in smoke, this doesn't seem like it will restrict air flow much more than normal.
Okay, bummer. thnx
 
This would be so awesome if we can get this on the Timberline smokers!
 

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