The other day I took the plunge, and notwithstanding Homebase's 15%
promo, took out a second mortgage and bought myself a Weber kettle
barbecue. Still not sure of the wisdom of having spent 3-4 times as
much as the cheap'n cheerful equivalent but my barbecueing-expert
acquaintances assure me that Weber is the only way to go.
Anyway, this morning I went to empty out the ash, but in doing so,
managed to drop the bloody thing on the path, resulting in a chip to the
enamel around the rim. Those of you living in the North of England may
have heard my bellow of anguish.
As the bare steel is now exposed on the rim (an area about the size of
my thumbnail) - it's presumably going to rust in short order, and so
needs fixing pronto. Given the high temperatures involved, how best to
do this, please? Done some googling and found some expensive
'Porc-a-fix' stuff which looks the part (http://tinyurl.com/3z9homd or
<(Amazon.com product link shortened)£86JT5A3HGVQE&sn=repair_product>)
however have seen a review which says it's rubbery and falls off.
Not too concerned about cosmetics, but I do want something which will
stop the barbecue from corroding.