Top of the Mornin to ya!
I clean my beakers the same way , now in the case where my friend/patient is using an oral dropper along with the rso I will throw it in the oven and put already infused coconut oil in it and soak up the rest of the goodies for him to use .I don't know what other folks do about cleanup. For me, its generally just cleaning the beaker I use, a couple of metal thingies from a turkey trussing kit that I use to move the oil around, a rubber spatula and a small glass jar I use to weigh the oil.
Ghetto TIp: I keep about a pint or so of ethanol set aside. I use it to clean up any drips that occur. I also soak the beaker, rubber spatula and turkey trussing thingies in a bit of ethanol as I am cleaning up. The result is a nice golden solution that I stick in the freezer covered. The next oil run, I throw it into the mix. As you can imagine, when we run the crude through the short path distillation rig, all that glass will have a bit of love left on it. I do the same thing. I wash the glass with ethanol, capture the result and then throw it into a future oil run.
I'm sure some folks would say that is a bit too much. But when I see the color of the ethanol after I soak the tools in it, I can't resist, but to reuse it.
Everything we manage to make our own is pure love if you ask me. My entire goal is to make the purest stuffs I can, so I don't have deal with the agitation with the laws as I try and maintain my daily intake, as well as avoiding some of the questionable processes the dispensaries are using to produce oil at commercial scale.Whatever the hell I'm making looks like road tar.
But it’ll lay you out in the road...
You are doing an excellent job on this write up / I am excited to see the next phase ... take care of those in need of you're attention , we will be here when you get back . I wish your sick ones a speedy recovery !Now that was just lovely. A dab or two will do, every time!
Prepping for the final phase of the process: Taking this awesome crude oil that already has me baked and feeling groovy, and refining it even further, down to a nice golden honey colored oil.
After making a complete mess transplanting future oil candidates, I figured getting the space ready for the short path distillation glass was a good next step. Wicked tired now though.
I have a kid with the flue, and a dog with pneumonia, and a wife that is traveling. So I'm not expecting much progress over the next few days. I plan to chill with the boys and get them good.