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Cleaning the SloRoller?

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It seems that most of my questions stem from my SloRoller and I just did a 9lb Brisket Point this weekend that just came out perfect (sorry no pics).


But after the cook, the SloRoller looks like, well, sort of what you would expect it to look like after 9 hours of Brisket drippings.  


Do I need to clean the SloRoller and if so, how?  Suggestions?  It really is a nice looking thing, so I was worried about my traditional methods of cleaning grill grates might damage it.  Any thoughts?  Maybe I don't need to clean it at all, which is fine as well (although something tells me if I don't clean it, it's going to become a mouse magnet).  Thoughts?

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So far I've done two whole chickens and a brisket and it's already looking pretty gnarly.  I mean, at the end of the day it probably makes no difference, other than my concern about being a mouse magnet.

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