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Removing ash and cleaning a wood fired oven dome.
How to remove ash from the dome of a wood oven.
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This tutorial was created for all traditionaloven.com visitors asking me a question in regards how does the ash inside the dome of wood ovens look like after it was fired. So here goes, more pictures on this subject as well.
What is, how to build and how to use wood fired oven? These are the most common questions a new enthusiast raises thus they all need to be answered :o) If the old adage is true, and if a picture is worth a thousand words, why couldn't I help especially if it is this easy plus a great fun at the same time?
In fact how to remove ash is a good idea to have it here as part No.2 of the tutorial on how to create and keep fires in wood ovens.
Dome in need to empty the ash.
Wood oven dome before ash cleaning.
Raking the ash to the center of the dome floor.
Use the paddle to lift the ash and carry it out.
Slide ash gently into the bucket.
Using ash drop with a bucket under.
Rake the ash to any side in the dome.
I am taking out the remaining ash.
Wood fired oven dome chamber after ash removal.
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