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Date Posted: 12:08:40 07/31/03 Thu
Author: Ted
Author Host/IP: Kitchener-HSE-ppp3565364.sympatico.ca /
Subject: home made smoker

I was just given a old fridge that I would guess was made in the fifty's. I have taken out all of the interior of the fridge and plan on making it into a smoker. I have seen many plans on the net and belive that this should work, my question is. The interior of the fridge has been painted white and looks like it may have been some kind of baked on enamal paint. Is this going to be a safe thing to smoke in and if I run a high heat for a day or two will the paint peal off and then would it be safe or should I just forget the whole thing. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated ..thanks!!!

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