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In order to continue producing a distillate that’s of high quality, its necessary to take care of and clean regularly the equipment used for distillation. In many circumstances, you may either clean it using vinegar or dish soap and warm water but we advise using the Distilling Equipment Cleaner and the Distiller Equipment Rinse. The stuff is cheap and the products are worth picking up since they are especially made for soft metals, plastics and stainless steel cleaning. The cleaner and rinse also remove mineral and organic deposits with ease.
We advocate using the Distiller Equipment Cleaner first and finish with the Distiller Equipment Cleaner for you to clean thoroughly and safely your stainless steel moonshine still. As stated before, the two products were purposefully made for stainless steel cleaning and for removing mineral and organic deposits.
Below is the step by step process of how to clean your Stainless Steel Moonshine Still:
Remember: It’s not necessary to rinse your equipment using hot water if you had earlier used the Distiller Equipment Rinse.
The Ceramic Raschig Rings is a product also created for our Equipment Cleaner and the cleaning instructions are similar to the above ones. Unlike the copper mesh, Raschig Rings last longer and may be used for a long time. Cleaning every piece of the distillation equipment is essential. Below is the procedure for cleaning your Ceramic Raschig Rings:
Preferably, you may want to wash the copper mesh after use, but, you can get away with washing it after several hours. It’s vital to note that the copper mesh quality affects your product hence you shouldn’t use one that’s very discolored or showing blue corrosion. Stop using your mesh once you notice that it doesn’t appear clean after washing it. Copper mesh has a life span unlike the Ceramic Raschig Rings.
After everything has been throughoughly cleaned, go ahead and start your next batch!