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Date Posted: 15:51:08 11/14/01 Wed
Author: DarrenC
Author Host/IP: HSE-Toronto-ppp295667.sympatico.ca /
Subject: Cold weather idea

The cold weather is on it's way and I have no intention of giving up Q over the winter. I use my grill year-round, but I think I have an idea for my little water smoker, which I have never used in the winter until now. I know people build wind breaks to put behind their cookers, but I think I have an idea to 'kick it up a notch' in the cold winter temps. My wife says if there's a way to make a simple task complicated , I'll figure it out.

Anyways, my idea. Home Depot sells stuff called Reflectix, which is a 1/4" thick flexible insulation covered with a mylar foil skin on both sides. My idea is to buy a roll of this stuff and make a "winter jacket" for the little smoker. What do you think? Any reason it won't work?

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