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Old 06-05-2021, 10:56 PM   #1
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Cleaning equipment

I just bought a cutting board and chopping knife to dedicate to the purpose of cutting up shrimp into small pieces for fish food. I want to clean these items after every use without using something harmful that may make its way back into the tank (possibly through cross-contamination) like dishwashing soap. What would be a fish safe cleaning agent to clean this cutting board and knife?
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I'd soak in bleach and soak in prime.
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I'd stick it to straight bleach, though at that level of pristine is on par with rubber gloves and scrubbing hands before putting your hands in. It would most likely be microscopic at best.
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I'd stick it to straight bleach, though at that level of pristine is on par with rubber gloves and scrubbing hands before putting your hands in. It would most likely be microscopic at best.


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