In a previous life at work we had a furnace we used for heat treating, and on occasion we would "burn off" items like that. I recall doing a lot of paint stripping that way, as well as cleaning items such as you mention. I think that small electric furnace (fire brick lined) ran roughly 1000 degrees and would make short work of cleaning things up. Simply wash off the ash that was left, then we usually bead blasted it, and refinished (on painted items). Probably not very environmentally friendly, and I often wondered about how exposive the fumes coming off it, but worked good. How hot does a gas bbq run? (I use charcoal, so I have no idea)
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