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Hi All,

 

I didn't get to use my big joe over the winter (uk) and the sloroller was stored on the cart the whole time. it's ended up being covered in an white substance (photos attached) which I've tried to clean off without any luck. 

 

Any idea what it is and if it safe to do a cook in the morning with it?

 

Thanks

James 

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On 4/26/2020 at 3:03 AM, James. said:

Hi All,

 

I didn't get to use my big joe over the winter (uk) and the sloroller was stored on the cart the whole time. it's ended up being covered in an white substance (photos attached) which I've tried to clean off without any luck. 

 

Any idea what it is and if it safe to do a cook in the morning with it?

 

Thanks

James 

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Looks almost like rust. Cast aluminum will get corrosion like this. I could be wrong likely am but its what it looks like to me.  

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On 4/29/2020 at 12:42 AM, JohnLittle said:

Looks almost like rust. Cast aluminum will get corrosion like this. I could be wrong likely am but its what it looks like to me.  

Sorry @JohnLittle, didn't have notifications turned on. thanks for the reply.

 

Rust is suprising but it is like a powder. I might contact KJ and see what they say. 

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Good to know that the powder coating wears off of the SloRoller.  That’s happened to mine and I was wondering if that was “normal.”  I think I’ll be using a drip pan from now on, especially with the low and slow cooks.

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