Actively Aerated Compost Teas (AACTs), AKA your local bioreactors, are used to breed precious microbes and extract minerals and biostimulants from various food and soil sources. One very important step in creating AACTs however, is the cleaning and maintaining of the compost tea vessel and its equipment. The question: how do you all clean your airstones? Everything else is pretty easy to just wipe down with 3% hydrogen peroxide. I've been running my airstones in dry air for 48 hours after making my tea, otherwise I find they don't dry out. I also soak them in a baggy of HO before drying. They somehow still smell like used gym socks. I am planning to clean them w/ HO and H2O before I use them next time because of the slight stank but I'm wondering if anyone has more efficient procedures, as cleaning them twice (after the tea and before the next tea) seems tedious. Ideas welcome!
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