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Ok, this may be a naive post, but I thought I'd give it a shot. I've been using a product called OUT! Pet Stain and Odor Remover that I buy from Wal-mart to deal with my pets accidents. It lists its ingredients as Non-pathogenic bacteria, natural enzymes, and mild detergent. Basically, the product uses the bacteria and enzymes to eat up things like urine, vomit, blood, and feces. I was wondering if misting a casing every once in a while with this stuff would help ward off contamination. The reason I wonder this is because many of you guys preach pasturizing rather than sterilizing in order to preserve some of the "good micro-organisms." Although no toxicity information is listed, the product does say "Keep out of the reach of children."
Anybody have any thoughts on this? Maybe down the road, I'll try it on a casing put in deliberately unsterile conditions and see what happens. Then again, there's always the bleach tek ...
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