cleaning your boiler

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Re: cleaning your boiler

Postby southern45 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 12:01 pm

Astro wrote:You guys with bubblers leave your still attached when not in use? My plan is to take it apart

Tend not to. I take the column off (attached to milk can lid) and put it beside the boiler when not in use. The lid just unclips so no messing with clamps. Wouldn't fancy breaking it all down and re-assembling each time!

The main reason I didn't go for a keg was the cleaning. With the milk can it's got a massive opening for filling, emptying, cleaning, checking elements, etc. I just give it a spray out with the garden hose. Job done.
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