Originally Posted by yo1dog
I did take everything apart and did let it soak in BLC overnight. I wasn't sure how to soak the lines but I did run BLC through them for about 30 minutes.
The pictures are after I did all this. Did I clean wrong or miss a step?
I wouldn't say you missed a step
What I usually do for my lines is fill and empty keg with "no rinse BLC" solution, and under gas run it into the line with the tap open then close the tap, then remove the keg of solution from the kegerator. I leave the solution in the lines usually for an hour, but you could leave it overnight for stubborn line. The next day just push it out with beer. Or If you dont have a dedicated cleaning keg, just submerge the lines in a bath of solution. Also for REALLY stubborn crap there is always PBW.
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