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Old 02-14-2013, 12:14 AM   #1
Sep 2012
Brooklyn, NY
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I just got a new 10-gal all-grain kettle in the mail today from midwest supplies. On the false bottom there is a sticker saying clean using a "lingt detergent" before use to get rid of the dirt and oil.

Is this a particular style of detergent or a type that is supposed to read "light detergent?" After doing some searching I can't seem to find anything so I'm leaning towards typo.

How did you clean your all-grain equipment before using it?
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Old 02-14-2013, 12:22 AM   #2
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Jun 2009
Westminster, Colorado
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I would think that is a typo as well.

If the item is new I just use soap and a sponge to clean my stuff before I use it - then rinse well = (that is anything that is going to have boiling water in it, thus not needing to be sanitized)

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