This one's for the roastahs! Does anyone have any suggestions for a fast/effective way to clean out the little holes in the cooling tray? We have been vacuuming and using a rotating tool (time consuming) just wondering what other people are doing. On a day when I have 20 roasts they get pretty clogged and effect my cooling times, with not much time in between to clean well. Any thoughts would be great, thanks! 

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We use a plastic brush with a long handle and stiff bristles as well. Shop vac at the end of the day. And, when the oils begin to build and we want it shiny,... Purocaf and water solution with some good old fashioned elbow grease. Make that sucka shine!!

Jared Linzmeier said:
We'd often use a long-handled brush with stiff plastic bristles and smack the bits down and out. Not the most attractive method, but effective.
We use a plastic brush with a long handle and stiff bristles as well. Shop vac at the end of the day. And, when the oils begin to build and we want it shiny,... Purocaf and water solution with some good old fashioned elbow grease. Make that sucka shine!!

Jared Linzmeier said:
We'd often use a long-handled brush with stiff plastic bristles and smack the bits down and out. Not the most attractive method, but effective.
Air Compressor all the way. You can attach fine directional tools to use in a hand held manner and blow out those wee holes.
We have an air compressor that we use. Be sure to clean the husk out first, otherwise it makes a pretty big mess.

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