Nostrum Damus SASS #110702 Posted November 24, 2022 Share Posted November 24, 2022 The pins are really no problem. I dump the brass/pins dirty water into the media separator. Rotate slowly, both directions, with water flowing over the separator basket. Most of the pins fall into the bucket. Gently set the separator down in a large bowl or over another bucket. Pour the dirty water and pins into a fine strainer bag (see photo). Rinse the bucket, pour again into the strainer bag. Set it aside. Fill bucket with enough clean water to submerge half of the media separator. Rotate slowly again, both directions. The last few pins will fall into the bucket. Remove separator and run water through/over it, shaking. The brass are now fully rinsed. Empty the water from the bucket, the last of it into the strainer bag. Now all the pins are in the strainer bag and are easily rinsed. That's it. It sounds like a lot and sounds complicated but it really isn't. And I think there were maybe all of two or three pins that tried to escape. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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