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Old 11-14-2018, 10:42 PM
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What a day!
Wifey kept saying she'd help me take 2 shelves in the garage down to the basement, so I could get the Monsta grill inside for the winter. (It's cheap ass stainless steel. Rusting a bit, but it was free).
So I had to do it by myself... Took most of the day. Cleaning spaces, hauling shelves, carrying stuff we rarely use.
But wait... I still had to prep the grill.
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Irie,


Good on the wife to want to grill in the Northeast 12 months a year. After a week long Power outage some years ago around around this time of year I moved my grill just outside the garage instead out back. Worked out great. Who needs the smoke on the patio when entertaining? I always clear any snow off it and safely grill JUST outside all year. to be honest it is a nice hideout when we do have guests over even during the warmer months. They hang poolside and I slink to the garage (that has 32" 1/3 ton JVC old school TV in it and grill and watch sports. Winning!
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I like too. I got a 20 yr old Weber that has stayed outside covered. I took the guts out of it, clean it up and store it all in a 5 gallon bucket. That one is the back up/ winter grill. Funny the Weber has [UNO[/U] rust on it all. Been outside 20 years.
The Charbroiler? Well, it's an Infrared. They went cheap on the body.
I too grill on the parking lot pad. In the summer, it's "windows open" and that's the side with no windows.
The meat taste soooo good on the infrared. There's no flare ups. We spent $120 to make her "new again", internal parts mostly.
Gotta protect our investment.
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