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Rice to clean narrow-necked bottles

 
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Jocelyn Campbell pointed out that I could wash the inside of a narrow-necked waterbottle by putting some dry rice in, a drop of soap and bit of water, and shaking it.

Success!

Thanks Jocelyn
 
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See thread "algae in the bottom of the bottle" in the cooking/food forum for similar ideas. Didn't realize this thread was a repeat.
 
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You're welcome, Suzy! 

Though I can't take the credit for the idea because it was from the algae in the bottom of a bottle thread - specifically Susan Monroe.
 
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