Re: How to clean inside of copper pipe...
- You can either scrub it out with a foam brush attached to a long
dowel or take a piece of heavy duty garbage bag and place it over
one end, then hold the garbage bag at the end with several wraps of
a stout rubber band...then fill the pipe with vinegar.
- try a product called tarnex or limeaway
----- Original Message -----
From: "bum_man2003" <bum_man2003@...>
Sent: Sunday, April 04, 2004 4:43 PM
Subject: [new_distillers] How to clean inside of copper pipe...
> Hi Y'all,
> I bought some 2" copper pipe to build another still but it has this
> green corrosion inside it. Any ideas on how to remove this? All info
> would be greatly appreciated. I thought about trying to clean it out
> with steel wool but gets next to impossible inside a 2" pipe 5' long..
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- Make u a make shift box out of cardboard long enough
to accommodate the piece of pip3--line the inside of
the box with plastic-- place pipe and parts inside
box-- fill with vinegar to cover pipe and let it
sit--about 2 hrs later it will look like it was brand
new--when finish collect vinegar for cleaning to use
--- bum_man2003 <bum_man2003@...> wrote:
> Hi Y'all,__________________________________
> I bought some 2" copper pipe to build another
> still but it has this
> green corrosion inside it. Any ideas on how to
> remove this? All info
> would be greatly appreciated. I thought about trying
> to clean it out
> with steel wool but gets next to impossible inside a
> 2" pipe 5' long..
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