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Mitchjazz

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I have been given a small plastic fermenter and the bottom of it has some scrathces on the surface. It looks like a metal scourer or something has been used. The question is if i make sure it is clean and sterile is it still ok to use or should I chuck it out?
 

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If it was me i'd buy a new one. $16 from bunnings is a pretty small investment.

I have been given a small plastic fermenter and the bottom of it has some scrathces on the surface. It looks like a metal scourer or something has been used. The question is if i make sure it is clean and sterile is it still ok to use or should I chuck it out?
 

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chuck it , or store grain in it ...
 

Pennywise

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I wouldn't brew in it..
 

Mitchjazz

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Cheers guys.. i thought it may be the case.
 

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$16 from bunnings? What is this all about?

heaps of threads on here on it, ask for a 25L round canoe drum, and but a $2 tap while you are there. Then use glad wrap; if you are not sure about glad wrap search this site

QldKev
 

Mitchjazz

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heaps of threads on here on it, ask for a 25L round canoe drum, and but a $2 tap while you are there. Then use glad wrap; if you are not sure about glad wrap search this site

QldKev
Thanks Qldkev.. ill head down and grab one today. No issues with glad wrap that is what i use at the moment and works great.
 

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