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Thread: Any Experience with Grease Absorbers in Drip Pan?

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    Any Experience with Grease Absorbers in Drip Pan?

    Has anyone ever used any kind of product to act as a grease absorber in the drip pan of a gas grill? I've got a Turbo Elite I'm getting ready to set up in a built-in island and recall reading about a product to spread in the bottom of the drip tray to absorb grease and aid clean up.

    Does anyone have any information on a product like that?

    Thanks,
    Geoff

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    Re: Any Experience with Grease Absorbers in Drip Pan?

    Geoff, on my Turbo STS, I lined the drip tray with aluminum foil first. Then I picked up some "Oil Absorber" from my local Ace Hardware store. This is the stuff that looks like cat litter. Spread it out about 1/2" or so thick in the drip pan, and called it good. Works great, and its' cheap too!! Hope this helps. C-Ya!!

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    Re: Any Experience with Grease Absorbers in Drip Pan?

    Thanks for the input. I went by the local Barbeques Galore and picked up some Oil-Dri. I'm setting the grill this week so I'll put it to use on the weekend. The local BG store was closing up and everything was on sale. The manager said they were shutting them all down and then try to resurrect the company on the west coast. He didn't have any info on what they were planning for parts support.

    Geoff

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