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You know Foodme, if Victor would have stood up even just a little bit and helped with the repairs on this cart, I would have nothing bad to say about him and his work. Yes we probably went out of his comfort zone and when his work…didn’t. He told me to go ahead and get it fixed and he would pay me for the repairs. After I spent $800+ to fix that he told me, “Any modifications you make are on you!” And he wouldn’t pay a dime. That was by no means the only thing wrong with the cart, and I won’t get into it here. My main complaint is that he was very cocky about his skills, and not willing at all to make good when his skills came up short. If you want to get the onion/pepper smell…you’ll probably need a grill. The smell works mister, I call it “chumming”.