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Thread: Keg and Carboy Washer

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    Keg and Carboy Washer

    Anyone have one of these or use one? If it works, it would be well worth the money IMO. I don't have a utility tub, and bending over the tub really hurts my lower back (I have a condition).

    http://morebeer.com/view_product/118..._Carboy_Washer

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    looks pretty cool!
    Two ciders please, I'm thirsty!

    On deck: Soon Cider
    Fermenting: None
    bottled: Old and dusty something rathers
    Secondary: None
    Kegged: Carbonated Water (enjoying home made soda syrups)

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    If you have one the spray nozzle on your kitchen sink works great for carboys and kegs! All I have ever used. Just lay it down on the counter and go to town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAS
    If you have one the spray nozzle on your kitchen sink works great for carboys and kegs! All I have ever used. Just lay it down on the counter and go to town.
    Yes I do have that on the kitchen sink. Never thought of that. I use the sprayer in the shower for the tub but the bending over kills me. Does the black part on the keg leave marks on the counter? I get enough flack for the black marks in the bottom of the tub when I'm done. lol

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    Oh yeah it leaves marks but they wipe up. Usually have a old towel I use to toe mop as I go on the floor also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikegobrew
    Yes I do have that on the kitchen sink. Never thought of that. I use the sprayer in the shower for the tub but the bending over kills me. Does the black part on the keg leave marks on the counter? I get enough flack for the black marks in the bottom of the tub when I'm done. lol
    I had the exact same problem, except the marks don't seem to want to go away. After that I started putting an old shop mat in the shower. Problem solved.
    Two ciders please, I'm thirsty!

    On deck: Soon Cider
    Fermenting: None
    bottled: Old and dusty something rathers
    Secondary: None
    Kegged: Carbonated Water (enjoying home made soda syrups)

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    My 12 year old daughter told me just the other week when I cleaned a blown keg while she was home, "...so that's where those black marks come from!" (Cleaning the tub is one of her chores )

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