I bottled my 2nd batch of beer about a week ago, added the recommended amount of priming sugar 1 1/3 cup and its been sitting in my closet at about 24 degrees Celsius but I do not see any bubbles forming inside the brew or at the head of the bottle! It looks flat still to me! I'm kind of worried now just because I didn't have the time to properly clean and sanitize my bottles like I did with the first batch. Now in the mean time I drank the beer that the bottles came from and whenever I drank the beer I would rinse the bottles out decently with hot water and fill them up and give them a good shake, then before bottling I blasted them out with my bottle washer and poured some potassium met bisulfite solution into the bottle and shaken and poured then blasted them out again with hot water with the bottle washer before bottling the beer I was hoping this would decently sanitize them since I didn't have the proper time to soak them and sanitize them! I also let the beer sit in the secondary fermenter for about 2 weeks after fermentation to let the sediment fall out good, I'm not sure if that would mess anything up. Anyways should I be seeing bubbles and what's your opinions guys do you think my lack of cleaning and sanitization might of frigged up this batch of beer?