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Old 11-19-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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Default White Residue in Keg...how clean?

Jello Homebrewtalkers...

I have 5 corny kegs and have used them gleefully for a while. Just recently I noticed that two of the empties have a ring of white residue around the inside, about half way up. It looks almonst like an abrasive ring. You can scrub it with a brush but it doesn't really come off. I'm thinking it might be residue from the liquid line cleaner I put in the keg to clean the lines. Maybe I didn't clean out the keg very well afterward.

Anyone know of a way to soak it off?

Thanks in advance, guys.


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