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Old April 17, 2018   #16
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Heh. I believe a HOT Sanitize Cycle with Bleach will get the pots clean but who's really going to do that....unless you bring it to the 24 hr laundrymats at 2 AM and hope no one sees you. Maybe be a good citizen and then do another empty wash on hot water before you leave.

Heh Barb. Yours sound like mine.
I've done the rinse.
I've also taken a plastic card and scraped the sides after a good days rain....

Even after a long hard winter, (I did clean them in late fall), when I moved the snow soaked pots, I smelled a tinge of wet algae.. On super hot days, I try to make it a *flush the salts of the pot days*.
Heh, as least I know I'm in company
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