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Newbie
Nov 18, 2006
60 posts
42 upvotes
Toronto
ImaSpankYou wrote:
Jun 26th, 2018 5:18 pm
Could any of you please share a copy of your receipt? Thanks a lot!! For the Genesis II e-310.
Can PM anybody who wants a copy of the receipt but it's not very explicit in what was purchased so probably not too helpful for PM purpose. YMMV.
Newbie
Jan 31, 2017
7 posts
Xzibition wrote:
Jun 24th, 2018 8:06 pm
Lowes at Castlefield in GTA has the following promo running this week:

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Thanks!! Got the s-310 for $799 + tax at Home Depot, they weren't willing at first but with some persistence we got our first BBQ!!


I went back and used it to price adjust my Weber Genesis E310 purchase from earlier this week (price adjment) reducing the cost to $813.60 w/ tax ($800 PM + 10% price beat for $720 + tax).
Member
Aug 6, 2012
307 posts
409 upvotes
AURORA
Is the Rogue 425 Special Edition at Home Depot a good BBQ for $799? It's annoying at Home Depot did their own model.
Newbie
Dec 26, 2008
4 posts
1 upvote
Toronto
Hi. I am looking for a cheaper 24” Kamado grill either a Vision Grill or Pit Boss. Are there any sales in the GTA? Are there any Costco locations still carrying the Pit Boss in their warehouse?
Jr. Member
Nov 15, 2011
144 posts
81 upvotes
NORTH YORK
lowes is selling the old (< 2016) version of the kamado joe classic for 1000$. may not seem like a great price but considering that the 2017 version is significantly more (1599$) it is.
the 2017 version does have some amazing features like air lift dome, fibreglass gasket, multiple piece firebox but the price is pretty high since its brand new design.

https://www.lowes.ca/smokers/kamado-joe ... kamado-joe
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Oct 31, 2010
1401 posts
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Quebec
I need your help: I recently bought a new BBQ and I would like to sell the cast iron grids of my last BBQ (I have only used them for one season). The problem is that they are slightly rusted, and I can't manage to get rid of the rust in order to season them properly. I have tried putting them in my self-cleaning oven (twice!) as well as letting them soak in a vinegar + baking soda solution, but it's no use.

What options do you recommend? Using chemical solutions, like C.L.R.? (Is it even safe, since it will be used to cook food afterwards?)
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Jan 9, 2011
1491 posts
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Vancouver
Balzard wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 2:51 pm
I need your help: I recently bought a new BBQ and I would like to sell the cast iron grids of my last BBQ (I have only used them for one season). The problem is that they are slightly rusted, and I can't manage to get rid of the rust in order to season them properly. I have tried putting them in my self-cleaning oven (twice!) as well as letting them soak in a vinegar + baking soda solution, but it's no use.

What options do you recommend? Using chemical solutions, like C.L.R.? (Is it even safe, since it will be used to cook food afterwards?)
brush, oil & heat usually does the trick for me. You can't just heat it.

Same steps as getting surface rust off a cast iron pan: https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-restor ... chn-203086

another link suggested soaking in coca-cola, you can google that and consider it if you want.
Member
Mar 8, 2006
271 posts
61 upvotes
Vancouver
Hey

Rona has a few clearance models. Thoughts on this broil king natural gas signet for $300. It’s listed at $549 on heir site.
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Jan 9, 2011
1491 posts
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Vancouver
dhype55 wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 5:09 pm
Hey

Rona has a few clearance models. Thoughts on this broil king natural gas signet for $300. It’s listed at $549 on heir site.
Good price, replace with ss grids for $129 and you're set for 10 years. Sell the PECI grates on craigslist.

Then it's just a slightly smaller version of the BK sovereign 20 with different shelves.

Also, the signet 20 has been replaced with the signet 320, at least on the BK websites, but it really shouldn't matter functionally.
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Mar 10, 2005
6259 posts
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dhype55 wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 5:09 pm
Hey

Rona has a few clearance models. Thoughts on this broil king natural gas signet for $300. It’s listed at $549 on heir site.
Which location?
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Jan 9, 2011
1491 posts
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Vancouver
blexann wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 5:18 pm
Which location?
There's very few rona's in Vancouver. If I had to guess, I think I could be correct on the location, but it says it's the last one in the photo so I can't rain on @dhype55's parade.
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Sypsy wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 5:21 pm
There's very few rona's in Vancouver. If I had to guess, I think I could be correct on the location, but it says it's the last one in the photo so I can't rain on @dhype55's parade.
No problem, I'm no where near there anyway.
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Oct 31, 2010
1401 posts
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Quebec
Sypsy wrote:
Jun 29th, 2018 2:57 pm
brush, oil & heat usually does the trick for me. You can't just heat it.

Same steps as getting surface rust off a cast iron pan: https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-restor ... chn-203086

another link suggested soaking in coca-cola, you can google that and consider it if you want.
Shouldn't I remove rust before seasoning? That's what I read online anyway.
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Jan 9, 2011
1491 posts
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Vancouver
@balzard that's what the brushing is for, using a stiff bristle brush or your typical bbq brush. Somehow the oil seems to take away any residual bits off too. At least that's what worked for my bare cast iron grates when it had some surface rust.
Member
Feb 2, 2017
219 posts
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If anyone knows a good BBQ sale going on right now please let me know. I have a BBQ on Sunday with friends.

I got a Broil King Sovereign 90 (natural gas) and I am 100% dissatisfied with it. I was burning off the grease and it felt wrong because the flame was so high. I turned it off and was greeted by a melted rotisserie and basically destroyed cook box. The rep said the regulator was broken and told me they can replace part by part. I think I'm just going to return it to the store.
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