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Safa 10-02-2012 03:13 AM

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On closer inspection (following a little cleaning) the 'cracks' actually appear to be deep scratches or gouges. Very strange. I've now filled the carboy (all the way to the very brim) with brewclean from kegconnection.com and I'm leaving it overnight.

Im not super worried about the scratches anymore, they dont appead to be deep at all. I just wonder how the hell they got there. Attached are photos.


Safa 10-02-2012 03:13 AM

3 Attachment(s)

On closer inspection (following a little cleaning) the 'cracks' actually appear to be deep scratches or gouges. Very strange. I've now filled the carboy (all the way to the very brim) with brewclean from kegconnection.com and I'm leaving it overnight.

Im not super worried about the scratches anymore, they dont appead to be deep at all. I just wonder how the hell they got there. Attached are photos.


Safa 10-02-2012 03:13 AM

3 Attachment(s)

On closer inspection (following a little cleaning) the 'cracks' actually appear to be deep scratches or gouges. Very strange. I've now filled the carboy (all the way to the very brim) with brewclean from kegconnection.com and I'm leaving it overnight.

Im not super worried about the scratches anymore, they dont appead to be deep at all. I just wonder how the hell they got there. Attached are photos.



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