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Post time 2022-12-27 00:37:12 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hi everyone, I've found it a challenge to clean the gunk off the bottom of a spent keg, especially when I want to refill the same keg on the same day
I've been using oxy clean with a warm water swirl.  However, there's often a bit of gunk on the bottom of the keg nevertheless.
My first idea was a carboy brush but it's hard to reach the bottom and move it around sufficiently with the small opening given a normal size arm reaching down in there.  Not to mention the large brush head hitting the "out" dip tube.  I found my arm getting stuck a lot.
Anyone solve this before? Ideas much appreciated!  Thanks in advance!
Hoping someone has solved this, ideas?
Thanks!
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Post time 2022-12-27 00:37:44 | Show all posts
Usually a hot oxiclean soak for a couple hours and a long carboy brush let's me fully clean a keg. They also make those carboy cleaning drill attachments, that might work for you if you have a power drill
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