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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by tweezerbeak, Feb 29, 2008.
how do i do it and what do you use???
I'm new here and that sounds like a good question. I'm still in the begining of the learning curve.
Most use hydrogen peroxide at 30% strength, this is not the kind that you buy at grocery store
It cleans by oxidizing organic matter like bugs and films
A better buy for the buck is sodium percarbonate which is a dry powder of straight hydrogen peroxide 2 pounds for about $4.00
Have you ever heard of Oxiclean (who hasn't) same stuff, except they add filler to oxiclean
There are chemical stores on line that sell it
I use Basic H from Shaklee for all my cleaning. Organic, works great, inexpensive.
be careful with that 30% hydrogen peroxide it can burn your skin pretty bad.
Thanks you all I have read about using Hydrogen Peroxide. Oxiclean, and the Shaklee product do sound good aswell.
You can also use bleach.
I was wondering about using bleach. It will dispate after use.
Chlorine works but you will need to dechlorinate the vessel
Oxididizers are the thing, sodium percarbonate, or if you reallly want to kick it up a notch potasium permangenate.
Have you ever put hydrogen peroxide on a wound and have seen it bubble?
these are oxidizers and can hurt you, be cautious, protect your eyes and hands, PLEASE
Can I use my brewer consecutively w/out cleaning it? I mean make one brew and the next day make another.