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Ive seen a few posts of what peeps do to remove the lanolin deposits on sprayers and tanks, but Im not sure if I have seen this tip. Put the hottest water you can get into whatever sprayer you are using, then pour a generous amount of pure bleach into the bottle or tank...Shake vigorously. Spray some of the content out so that it gets into the spray head to soak the parts inside. Let sit over night. Wash it out, spray water out until it doesnt feel "slick" anymore. Your sprayer is now SUPER clean. I use sprayers that have a clear bottle, sometimes I can see the lanolin falling off the sides of the bottle as soon as I pour the bleach in....

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I used hydrogen peroxide once and it worked great. Other than that pin that bottle down good and blast it inside with a pressure washer if you've got one. Fresh water every day no matter what

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