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Alewyfe:

--- Quote from: fejjgw on March 07, 2013, 08:29:01 PM ---You know, when i put this up i knew someone was gonna say that.  My reply to you is thus. Id rather be buying brewing gear that i will get more use and enjoyment out of then what seems like a 1 trick pony.  Thanks for the advice tho, i will definatly consider it!

Jeff

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Wouldn't suggest buying one, but lots of brewers are DIYers and have stuff like that....
How about a hairdryer and a funnel....
How about attaching one end to the ceiling fan and using centrifugal force.....
Com'on now, you're a HOMEBREWER for heavens sake!

Jeff M:
LOL, i will find a creative way to fix my issue and report back!

Alewyfe:

--- Quote from: fejjgw on March 07, 2013, 09:37:02 PM ---LOL, i will find a creative way to fix my issue and report back!

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I'll be pulling for you....we're all in this together ;)

gsandel:
I also use an air compressor, but didn't buy it for brewing.  I also use the air compressor to clean out my grain mill, and blow liquid out of my herms coil and wort chiller.  It is now indispensable during my brew day.

When doing things away from the compressor, clean, rinse and hang, sanitize before use.

ajk:
Use softer water, a cleanser that contains a chelator (like PBW), rinse with something like StarSan (which is a mild acid), or some combination of the above.  I use water from my Culligan softener and rinse with StarSan.

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