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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryB View Post
    I think we will use the Urnex cleaning product that we use on our brewers.
    How many packets of Urnex will you be using for each 40 gallon container? If you fill the containers up with hot water and let them soak, will you have a problem emptying all of that water out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose View Post
    How many packets of Urnex will you be using for each 40 gallon container? If you fill the containers up with hot water and let them soak, will you have a problem emptying all of that water out?
    Hi PinkRose,

    I haven't looked at the Urnex product close enough to determine a concentration mixture yet but my thought was that it should be cheaper than new containers. Or perhaps they have something else for me to consider. Also, the hot water should help dissolve the oils and brake it down for flushing them out.

    Most of my containers are not that large and I thought that I would first start by using a solution and wipe them down to see if this took care of them. If they end up needing to soak, I thought I would put them in a bath tub and soak them there. The 5 gallon ones I can just dump them over in the tub after soaking. At least that is my plan and this could change.

    For larger ones like 40 Gal. tubs, I would use a small pump that I got from Home Depot that will pump them out quite quickly. When you fill them up with water they get pretty heavy (8 lbs per gallon) even the 5 gallon ones are difficult to move around.

    I've been wrong before and I may need to plan something different, I won't know until I've tried it.

    ~Jerry

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    Now you really have me thinking about it...

    Here's a couple other ideas.

    • Cupz™ Dishware Detergent


    http://www.urnexbrand.com/products/Cupz_Dishware_Detergent.aspx



    • Café Wipz Coffee Equipment Cleaning Wipes

      http://www.urnexbrand.com/products/Cafe_Wipz_Coffee_Equipment_Cleaning_Wipes.aspx


    I think I'll give them a call next week and see what they recommend.

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    It is my choice in the work with the garbage.

 

 
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