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Old 01-28-2013, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default Best and easiest way to dry bottling bucket hose

Hi I just sanitized my bottling bucket hose for first time last night and today it is still a little wet inside of it .What is the quickest and easiest way for it ito dry?Should I just let it sit out on my counter to air dry?


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Old 01-28-2013, 05:05 PM   #2
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I hang mine up so that it drips out. It's probably not the quickest way, since I suppose you could rig up some kind of hairdryer thing.


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i spin mine very fast like a propeller. it pulls out a lot of the water and what remains dries very quickly
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i spin mine very fast like a propeller. it pulls out a lot of the water and what remains dries very quickly
Hilarious method and mental image.
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I even make airplane noises when I do it
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:13 PM   #6
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i spin mine very fast like a propeller. it pulls out a lot of the water and what remains dries very quickly
I do the exact same thing! I whip it around as fast as I can from one end, then grab the other end and do it again. I like hear the whizzzzing sound as it spins. You must also imaging that you are some kind of warrior about to do battle (or something else cool like that)
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i spin mine very fast like a propeller. it pulls out a lot of the water and what remains dries very quickly
this.

makes a wicked cool noise too
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I usually clean the bottles the just put them in the dishwasher on the sanitize setting
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I just hang mine over the back of a wooden chair to dry after shaking it out a bit. ?That spinning sound reminds me of that blade & string thing aboriginies use to comunicate over long distances.


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