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Old 01-03-2009, 03:38 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by tuoply View Post
I just rinse everything out with water and then fill with a mixture of Idophor and water until I'm ready to use again. Seems to work fine for the few I've done it with
I do this as well. When I'm filling it with water I will take a screwdriver and press down on the valves so water is going through them as well.

Use a hose to knock any sediment out of the bottom.

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