That's an awesome van!
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So here we are over a year later and nothing has changed.GMan: We have top men working on it...
My guess on how the actual conversation went was, "Just leave it alone. Soon they wiil accept the staus quo as the new normal and learn to live with it."
Wives are not gross!I've got kids. But I guess their arms aren't that long.
My arms fit inside a keg. Worked well for those used kegs I just acquired. Some had 1-2 year old whole hop bags still in them. YIKES.
the bottled peroxide is only like 3-5 % peroxide, I don't think you would want to dilute it. I used to gargle with that stuff so it's not very strong. you could probably use it as a cleaner as you suggest but I don't think it would be cheaper. put together a group buy and get 5 lbs of PBW it'll cost pennies to clean all your equipment each time.I suspected that if it was cheaper and effective that it would already be all over the internet.
I always have a problem with oxyclean leaving a residue. I have tried using weaker and weaker solutions. I never have this problem with PBW.Really, I haven't noticed that. I'm using the Oxyclean Free (no scents, etc.) Maybe its reacting with the water? Or it's that sodium metasilicate doing something in PBW.
FYI if you use lock nuts for the burner mounting bolts, the plastic piece inside will melt. I'd suggest spring nuts stripped of the spring, which is probably what you did Justin.I would have used lock washers, what are spring nuts?
soap, water and oxyclean is all I ever use to clean.I use oxyclean and love it.
Definately not a great solution.Before I had a tiered stand, I would drain my mash tun into buckets and pour them into the kettle to break it into smaller volumes.i know some that do that. I am a little more lazy.