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Not sure if is during the wash or the drying, a brown residue (glycerin?) has collected on my mister nozzles, clogging them. what is the best way to clean them?

R/


Shannon
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Hi McProfessor,

I find that kerosene is good at removing the brown residue.
That would suggest that petrol or diesel or turpentine substitute/ mineral turpentine/ white spirit would also likely do the job.






 
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Thanks I'll give it a try


Shannon
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If that don't work, try soaking them in CLR. It's a cleaner used to remove calcium, lime, and rust from kitchens and bathrooms.

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