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  • Spinaker
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    Yep, absolutely
    Duanessmokedmeats

  • Duanessmokedmeats
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    I thought it good to bring back, for us new members.

  • JHB
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    Same here. The dishwasher cleans them up good.

  • FireMan
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    I wait fer em to cool off so’s Emma can prewash em. Then scrub em with a sponge, mebbee green side if thars somthin tough, but the prewash usually keeps the tough stuff off.

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  • Spinaker
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    This is an old one! I love it when these pop back up.

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  • johnec00
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    I just wipe any loose pieces off and put them in the dishwasher. They come out like new.

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  • Duanessmokedmeats
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    Put them immediately into water, with a little dawn dish soap, and let soak. Wife finds them and cleans them. Nice and shiny... 😁

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  • SRA
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    Scotch Brite Pads win, hands down! I've found that just letting them soak for a bit and then using a red Scotch Brite pad works wonders! I cut a full size pad into 4 pieces and just use 1/4 at a time. Look as good as new if not better!

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  • SRA
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    Originally posted by jdrozd View Post
    Oxy-clean...warm water some oxy-clean, let them sit and them wipe em dry

    Hmmmmm, I'm going to have to give that a shot. Now where did I put that tub of Oxi-clean?!!?

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  • jdrozd
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    Oxy-clean...warm water some oxy-clean, let them sit and them wipe em dry

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  • SRA
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    Originally posted by Ailkiw View Post
    I let them soak in a small bowl of warm water and a bit of soap for about 15 mins right after I pull them off. You could let them soak as long as you want really but 10-15 mins is minimum. Then wash them. The gunk easily comes off. The key in my view is not to let the gunk harden more or elbow grease, a wire brush and swearing usually ensues. :-) I learned the hard way with my rotisserie. I can't even look at that thing now without nausea.
    Good idea! I'm going to do that the next time. Thanks!

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  • fzxdoc
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    You had me going there for a minute, John.

    Kathryn

  • Spinaker
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    I have never cleaned mine. I think if you have all the fat and juices from previous cooks on the hooks, you get a better flavor in parted into the meat.

    Just kidding. (Could be a new PBC myth though)

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  • Ailkiw
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    I let them soak in a small bowl of warm water and a bit of soap for about 15 mins right after I pull them off. You could let them soak as long as you want really but 10-15 mins is minimum. Then wash them. The gunk easily comes off. The key in my view is not to let the gunk harden more or elbow grease, a wire brush and swearing usually ensues. :-) I learned the hard way with my rotisserie. I can't even look at that thing now without nausea.

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  • Ernest
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    Scotch brite pad + Barkeeper's friend = clean hooks.
    I use my dishwasher as a drying rack. I wash every dish, spoon etc by hand. Yes, I'm weird, I know. LOL

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