|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Nov 28 02, 09:31 PM GMT|
|Say I have 20+ jars inoc'ed w/ bad karo growing green mold. What is the best way to dispose of them w/out tossing the whole jar? I dont want to lose all those jars, nor my life...|
|Posted by: Mycota Nov 28 02, 09:51 PM GMT|
Take them outside, set up any container big enough to hold them, after being emptied. If you don't have a street drain to dump them in, dig a little shallow hole, to dump the content into.
Fill the container with some warm soapy water and/or throw in a cup or two of bleach. Wear a face mask (at least a bandana over your nose & mouth).
Quickly -- open, dump them out & drop the jempty ar & lid into the awaiting container (with the warn soapy and/or bleach water in it). Once all are dumped, cover over the hole (if you used one?).
Let the container set, with jars & lids submerged over night. Next day, scrub them out & run through the dishwasher (if you have one).
|Posted by: Fungusmaximus Nov 28 02, 10:37 PM GMT|
|Posted by: Kermit_The_Frog Nov 30 02, 02:36 AM GMT|
| If you live in an area close to the beach please don't dump them down the street drains. After a big rain everything flushes straight down into the ocean. All that bacteria can cause major problems for the wildlife not to mention some nasty skin infections for people who like to surf like me. I usually just take a walk at night and throw in some bushes down the street, late at night of course.
I don't want anybody to think of ole' Kermit differently but I get skin infections every summer just from swimming in the ocean alot. Makes me sick to think about it.
|Posted by: Nanook Nov 30 02, 01:04 PM GMT|
|Here's a helpful disposal thread What to do with spent cakes?|
|Posted by: Millet Nov 30 02, 01:11 PM GMT|
| Pressure cook the bad jars then clean em out, they will be clean. all the gunk inside is killed in the pc.
Dont open those jars in your house before they are cooked.