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Topic: Cleaning Rosto roast chamber (3 msgs / 40 lines)
1) From: Randy Roy
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What do the Rosto owners out there use to keep their roast chambers =
clean?  Mine is getting discolored and I don't want to use something =
that might scratch it.  
Randy  

2) From: Mike McGinness
From: "Randy Roy" 
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Mine is getting discolored and I don't want to use something that might
scratch it.
Uh, I don't. Other than a quick wipe with a paper towel now and then,
especially after a dark roast batch. I'd heard professional drum roasters
need to be "seasoned" by a few batches to get best results so haven't
worried about it. And yes, my two year old Rosto is anything but nice and
shiny on the inside of the roast chamber, definitely well seasoned!
MM;-) aka Kona Konnaisseur miKe mcKoffee
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3) From: Rick Farris
Mike wrote:
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Perhaps that's the answer to the home-grown roaster boys' questions about
drum material.  Use something good and then season it well.
-- Rick
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