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Old 11-23-2008, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Can I use this bucket?

Want to get some Strawberry Mead going. I had left a ball jar cap in my plastic fermenter and it left a stain. I soaked it in dish detergent, soaked in PBW and the ring is still there. It is soaking in StarSan now. Should I risk it or bite the bullet and buy a new fermenter on Tuesday?


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Old 11-23-2008, 04:59 PM   #2
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Try oxlyclean. Starsan is more a sanitizer than cleanser, so I don't think it will do much


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The StarSan was to sanitize. I used PBW and dish detergent to clean. I guess my question is, can the ring (stain) contain bugs that is found in rust even after using StarSan?
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I had left a ball jar cap in my plastic fermenter and it left a stain.
What's a ball jar cap?
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a canning jar lid
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sounds like its a stain from a jelly jar lid or something.

since some organic dyes (liek from fruit) can stain but still be 'clean' its probably not that big a deal to use it.


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