adamOVD Posted March 24, 2021 Share Posted March 24, 2021 My low wines from distiling on grain usually have a thin, black, oily film that floats on the top, and when I pump it out some often sticks to the bottom of the vessel. It requires some scrubbing to clean, not just a quick rinse or even PBW soak. I'm worried about it coating the insides of my hoses and tainting high wines. I'm thinking of buying new hoses and keeping low wines and final distilate hoses separate. Does anyone else do this, or have any hose deep cleaning advise? Will those sponge balls pump through a small diaphram pump, and do they work well? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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