Soot and Creosote Removal

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russb
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Re: Soot and Creosote Removal

Postby russb » Wed Dec 26, 2007 7:05 am

In scouts the "tenderfoot" was always asked to soap the pots before the first meal. For some reason 1 out of every 3 would soap the INSIDE. It was always rather funny but made dinner come that much later. My father and I never soaped ours, we just let them get black. I still do,

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Re: Soot and Creosote Removal

Postby zelph » Fri Dec 28, 2007 12:23 am

russb wrote:In scouts the "tenderfoot" was always asked to soap the pots before the first meal. For some reason 1 out of every 3 would soap the INSIDE. It was always rather funny but made dinner come that much later. My father and I never soaped ours, we just let them get black. I still do,


One out of three came bubbling up when filled, I can picture that in my mind. That's funny, (maybe it was intentional :lol: ) Eagle scouts have been know to be a little weird when joke time came around. (short sheeting)(overhanging hand in warm water) those are the ones heavily influenced by the clown fathers. :D
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