sterilizing water lines.
Due to the crud build up in the plumbing, the offensive odours, and a lack of blind faith, I need to sterilize the water lines. This is not a problem, I have access to medical grade non toxic disinfectants that make chlorox look like a mouthwash. What is puzzling me is how to introduce it to the nastiest area - the water inlet pipe, at the rear. This is without cap, and crud has entered, partially blocking the pipe. I gouged it out, clearing the obstruction and now wish to disinfect it, under pressure..
There must be a way to do this, but it eludes me at present - I need to find something to introduce a liquid to the flow of a hose pipe, connected to the line, so it measures disinfectant to the stream, thus cleaning the entire plumbing system.. Any ideas?
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