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Dust Cover for equipment

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Rowwwpkeee

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Hey all!

Just wondering if anyone has any great ideas for keeping/covering your brew kit?

I've got a Hopcat 65l on the way, and a 30l hot water urn that I'll store in the shed and just want to keep the dust off really. I'm sure there's a great hack out there but I'm out of ideas after googling "<large round shaped thing> dust cover" 😆
 

Joust

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BBQ cover. For a Webber/kettle style
 

AdeDunn

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Don't leave enough time in between brew days for dust to gather on your kit.... Tad da! Problem solved. athumb.. Why do you think I was brewing 14 litre batches before my sort of forced break? Little and often my friend, as a bonus you get more variety. Not so good if you are a corny keg user....
 

Deathstar

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Ideally you need something that can breathe, otherwise you could end up with mould.
 

Andrew Taylor

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I just keep my kit in the cardboard boxes it was delivered in. Keeps it all together and I can stack the boxes on top of each other so takes up minimal space in the garage
 
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