My friend was throwing away a demijohn because it was sitting in her yard for years and it's dirtier than hell.
I been trying everything I can think of to scrub all the dirt and grime from the inside walls.
Do you know any chemicals that eat away at dirt without scrubbing?
I can't get anything in there that's abrasive enough to clean the inside.
I love that shape.
You can use vinegar. Fill it up, forget it for a month. Use it after cleaning with normal elbow grease. I have tons of carboys and demijohns. I got a lot of old bottles left out in the forest at a dump dated around 1920-1950. I've had to buy aluminum rods from the local hardware store and make my own tools that can fit inside them for easy cleaning. Mineral build up had to be cleaned with a weak acid.
Use OxiClean or other cleaning powder that has high Sodium Percarbonate content. Simply add the detergent, fill up the carboy with warm water, then wait an hour or two and you're done.
>Sommelier for 7 years
>spit top tier wines
i despise your kin
Maybe this thing that showed up in the image search?
>getting drunk on the job
Degenerate. I hate your kind.
This, and pic related.
Get a carboy scrubber. Abrasive as fuck and you can bend it exactly to your needs. This, some hot water and dish soap.