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WFO tools for Primavera 70

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  • WFO tools for Primavera 70

    I am a newbie and have a Primavera 70 being installed in the next couple of weeks. What are essential WFO tools? Nice-to-have tools? Would really appreciate specific recommendations if the community has opinions on products they absolutely love.

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    Everyone has their own favs but critical items are a loading peel (which I use a large wood one), a turning peel ( I use a 8-9" SS banjo shape peel) and something to move the coals/ash around (just a old beat up hoe for me). Don't use brass/ss/steel brushes in the oven, there is potential of one of the strands breaking off and getting in food then ingested.
    Russell
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    • #3
      Thank you! What do you use to take out the old ash?

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      • #4
        Here's a link to the "favorite tools" thread that you might find useful. On page 3, post 45 is a pdf I put together with my favorite dozen tools. I have an ash dump/bin for my oven, so I just pull the ash out with my brush and then blow the surface clean with a copper tube (to get rid of any lost bristles). Hope this list helps...

        https://community.fornobravo.com/for...r-gadget/page3
        Mike Stansbury - The Traveling Loafer
        Roseburg, Oregon

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        • #5
          Mike, good addition, yes a blow pipe for blowing ash is another good item. I use a piece of ss tubing but I have seen old golf club shafts used as well.
          Russell
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          • #6
            Many thanks Mike! The PDF is a great source of wisdom.

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