Seasoning Your Smoker

Your smoker will be your new side-kick, your partner in crime of the barbecue scene. It’s important to care for your pit so it lasts. Seasoning your new or recently degreased smoker is important to its longevity and key to keeping your pit rust free.

Step 1: Wipe down the inside of your smoker to remove any dust or other contaminants.

Step 2: Once clean and dry, thoroughly spray down the inside with cooking oil.
This includes the sides, top, cooking grates, racks, etc. It should be fully covered,
but not dripping.

Step 3: Fire it up! Heat the smoker up to about 225-250 degrees for about 2 hours.

Step 4: Let the smoker cool.