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HiTi February 5, 2011 06:10 AM

cleaning a reservoir
 
I was going thru another box of gear I had forgotten about and came across this
It is still in great shape, but there is some residue left from the last time I used it (A64 days) What could I possibly use to clean it that wouldn't be harmful to the joints? Dish soap? I'm thinking I might use it again if it doesn't leak
Thanks in advance

gingerbee February 5, 2011 08:02 AM

dish soap should be fine i have never had a problem with it, but it might not get out all the yucky stuff. you can use some orange cleaner i always finds that works for me. my2cents

HiTi February 5, 2011 08:15 AM

I never even thought of that....that would proby work perfect
Thanks!

JayDeeHobbit February 5, 2011 08:22 AM

I had stains on my rez and it was difficult to get off completely.

I used vinegar in it and shook it for awhile and it fot most out. Then I stuck a Q-Tip in it to apply physical cleaning to the areas I could reach. Then with the vinegar again.
That process got most of the stains off for me.
When done I just put some distilled water in it and shake it up again and it will get rid of the vinegar that remains.

sswilson February 5, 2011 10:08 AM

The dollar store will probably have some small "Baby Bottle Nipple" brushes which are perfect for this kind of cleaning/scubbing. (Much better than a Q-Tip)

JayDeeHobbit February 5, 2011 10:29 AM

Cool sswilson :)

I also love the dollar store = just walk around in there and you never know what handy liitle gadget will pop up.
Must make a mental note for baby bottle nipple brush next trip.

gingerbee February 5, 2011 03:01 PM

no kidding eh i am so addicted to the dollar store. off-topic i know sorry


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