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BBQ Time

May 5, 2013

Oh the weather is perfect for a barbecue however, my Grill had the old age winter blues. I eagerly ripped off the cover only to find that this past winter had finally taken its toll on my grill.bbq1 The grates and flavor bars were beyond cleaning. They weren’t just dirty they had started to deteriorate. I can’t complain I have had the grill for seven plus years. I didn’t know what to do – I hated to throw it out because (other than a few pieces that were beyond repair) the grill still worked. Also, I really didn’t want to spend a few hundred dollars on a new one. The solution was to replace the disintegrated parts with new.bbq4 For under a hundred bucks my grill is as good as new and hopefully will last for another seven years. Happy grilling !

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