cleaning bottles

bottlesrocksJune 15, 2009

I've had good luck with making my own bottle brushes. Use a coat hanger the desired length and bend the end over a piece of cloth the desired lenght and or thickness. Clamp this down tight with pliers. You can even use a thinner wire for those very small openings Really gets into corners well.

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Welcome to GardenWeb, Bottlesrock!
I do the same thing, but I don't bother to connect them. I push the cloth into the bottle, use the coat hanger to swish it around, and then go fishing for it with the bent edge of the hanger.

    Bookmark   June 15, 2009 at 10:52AM
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