Cleaning a diffuser

Discussion in 'Carbon Dioxide (CO2)' started by bobtail, 17 Aug 2007.

  1. bobtail

    bobtail Member

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    How?

    My yeast mix over flowed and had blocked the diffeser somewhat any tips for cleaning?
     
  2. SuperColey1

    SuperColey1 Member

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    If its a
     
  3. bobtail

    bobtail Member

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    Thank you for a prompt and concise response

    I shall give it a whirl, hopefully the once as Im hoping I will get a bottle soon and me done with the messing about with yeast
     
  4. Matt Holbrook-Bull

    Matt Holbrook-Bull Founder

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    an easy way to push bleech back out of the diffuser dis:

    1) upside down in a glass of water, pump co2 through it at normal levels, this will push the contents out.

    2) the right way up, let it sit in a pint glass of water until it fills up, usually an hour or so depending on size.

    do stages 1 and 2 quite a few times until your sure its clear of bleach after soaking.
     

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