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Flea Market Flip, Upcycled Turkey Fryer Part 2

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Several weeks ago I shared with you a project that involved turning a $5 rusty turkey fryer legs into a unique side table.

The remainder of the fryer, the part where the hose is attached, got tossed in the trash.
Time: 2 Hours Cost: $5 Difficulty: Easy
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So here it is, a couple weeks later and I’m emptying the trash and I see the remains of the turkey fryer.

Hmmmm…I really do like the holes on this thing. It’s a nice size and it has personality.

OK, now I’m scavenging from my own trashcan!

Could I use it for something? First I had to see how hard it would be to get it apart.  Even I had no use for the gas hose sticking out of the fryer.

Easy enough, there are three screws that hold the top circular piece in place.
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On the bottom there were three more  screws holding the rest of the hose attachment.  These screws were so rusty that they had to be cut off.
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Normally I like a bit of rust, but this one had a little too much.  I used the sanding attachment on my Angle Grinder to easily sand the rust off. You could also use an electric sander but the grinder is a little more heavy duty.
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The inside ring and the inside of the rusty, holey bowl (I have no idea what you would call it) both got a coat of black spray paint.  I treated the outside of the bowl with a coat of spray polyurethane.

You probably won’t need the other ring (I’m pretty sure it was a dump find),  but it got a coat of Hammered Metal Spray Paint..
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The feet were made from wood slices screwed  from above thru the preexisting holes.
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I used Gorilla glue  to reattach the ring back to the pot and the metal ring just sits on top of the turkey fryer bowl. My bowl was just a bit too small to sit on the rim of the turkey fryer.
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And now to see what we are making...a diy fondue pot!
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Hope you have a chance to head on over to my blog. I have two more uses for the same pot, lots more pictures and the recipe for the cheesy fondue. It was incredibly delicious.

To see more: http://scavengerchic.com/2017/06/12/upcycled-turkey-fryer-part-2/

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