2001Sierra wrote:Peanut oil is my choice, I use a Wagner Power Painter Plus.
Freddy wrote:Maybe consider switching to bagged coal? It comes wet...sometimes too wet, but very little if any dust.
Keepaeyeonit wrote:I fill 5gal buckets then I spray the top with oil about a week before I fill my indoor bin,when I get a bulk bin I will spray the coal as its coming down the shoot.I use mineral oil from TSC its $17.99/gal(I use 2 gal a year with 4 tons of coal) but some people use peanut oil, I have used canola oil in the past but it builds up on the buckets and my indoor bin over time plus its a bitch to clean. when I started to burn coal I sprayed it with water before filling the stove like you and I had black dust too but with the oil I have none.I would oil it on your next bin fill but for now just give it a good spray with oil and let it work its way down into pile. Keepaeyeonit
How bad is the coal when bagged? Does anyone sell the oiled bagged coal in the CT RI area and delivers?