Here is the parts list:
- A cheap aquarium pump about $16.00
- Corny keg liquid "Out" about $5.00
- Corny keg gas "In" about $5.00
- Clear plastic tubing that will fit on your "pop-its" .50 a foot at Lowes
- One T valve about $3.00
The pictures should give you a clear idea of how it goes together. But you size the "pop-it's" so that they fit on the keg and cut the top part of the "T". Then attach the T splitter. From that point size it down to the bottom of the keg and attach the pump. (I had to heat up the tubing so that it would fit on the attachment.) And you are ready to go.
Once the cleaner is assembled, you are ready to clean.
- Plug the drain in your sink
- Fill the keg 1/2 way with the cleaner of your choice.
- Fill the sink with the keg inside of it with the same cleaner.
- Plug the out and in on the keg
- Put the pump inside the sink and turn on.
Here are some "Action" Shots:
And your done. A easy keg cleaner that will go and go. I normally use this way of cleaning for 3 refills before I take the keg apart for a full cleaning.