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How does one decontaminate an incubator? The inside walls and shelves are constructed from copper sheet. I am unsure of the history of the incubator and want to axe anything that may have been living in there. If memory serves, copper and bleach don't mix well together... I have expired a can of lysol on the interior. Is that enough? What else can I use that is stronger than lysol, but will not damage the copper?
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