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Topic: Need to clean a coffee roaster (2 msgs / 41 lines)
1) From: David Springston
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I have been reading about folks cleaning the drums of coffee roasters - =
I have a Hottop and since I received it about three months ago, probably =
roasted over 30 pounds of coffee.  When I look at the drum it has a =
light coating that does not rub off and I took that to be a "good =
thing", like a well seasoned iron skillet.  So why do folks clean the =
"seasoning" off of the drums in a drum roaster?
Thank-you,
David

2) From: Neil Atwood
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I don't!
Even when using my Imex (a Rosto to you North Americans), I never cleaned of the seasoning.
My RK Drum is going SO well (thanks Ron!), I don't touch it... It's roasted around 50kg since February, and besides, I would think the heat of the roast itself would burn off anything that isn't meant to stay.
Cheers
Neil A.
Sydney, Oz  
From: homeroast-admin [mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of David Springston
Sent: Wednesday, 25 May 2005 2:50 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: +Need to clean a coffee roaster
I have been reading about folks cleaning the drums of coffee roasters - I have a Hottop and since I received it about three months ago, probably roasted over 30 pounds of coffee.  When I look at the drum it has a light coating that does not rub off and I took that to be a "good thing", like a well seasoned iron skillet.  So why do folks clean the "seasoning" off of the drums in a drum roaster?
Thank-you,
David


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