I only use two buckets to wash. One with lemon juice and baking soda, the other plain water. A third bucket might wash them a little cleaner, but not enough for me to bother. After the wash, the branches get hung up in my shower to drip dry for a few hours. Then they get hung up in the veg tent to dry. The veg tent has a light below, which isn't ideal, but it's got fans and a carbon filter so it keeps the air circulating and not stinking the house up too much, well, after the initial stink from the trim and wash. After drying for about a week, then they go into an airtight glass former coffee jar, with a boveda 62% to prevent mold. If nothing goes wrong whatever I get usually lasts till the next harvest, and I only have a little bit left for long term storage. I should try cobbing again, but every time I tried before it molded and I wasted it.