Ont_Excal wrote:You could find some cotton twine and jam it into the cracks.
Just make sure it is 100% cotton so it doesn't produce any chemicals under heat.
Actually any natural fibre would work and may be cheaper than cotton.
I would not paint he wood at all. This way staying away from chemicals.
I would not worry about the wood walls getting off colour with aging or exposure to the elements. The wood is off the ground so it should last a lifetime.
papa bear1 wrote:Looking good raymond , I would pipe it into the back at the bottom then vent at the top in front, that would draw the smoke up and forword , then if you need more venting you you can use the adjustable vents on each side,
Just a thought, Controll heat at bottom, Controll smoke @ top vents.
P.S. Pace yourself
taz3 wrote:Wow, that's coming along real well, I can smell the aroma of smoked meat and fish from here!!!
j.krug wrote:Smokehouse looks great Raymond and it's putting out a big ole smoke cloud for sure. Can't wait to see some meat hanging in there.
I think you may have inspired me to one a smaller scale smoker for myself.
maple wrote:Nice work Raymond!! It's awful big. How ya going to fill it?? More huntin' and fishin' I think!
Here's a pic of the cold smoker I built a few years ago. Works great, and keeps the ashes off the fish.
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