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Fill the barrel most of the way with stones, add coarse grit, add enough water to just cover the stones and then clean where the lid seals carefully. Seal it up and run it for a week, dump everything into a colander and rinse. Don't run that mud down your drain because it will plug it mightily, run it outside.
Do the same process with the fine grit, run it for another week and rinse and admire.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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