Gday All fellow home brewers. I am looking for feed back on your cleaning and sanitation schedules how do you go about cleaning out your equipment one your Finnished with its use and then what is your rule of thumb when it comes to sanitation and more precisely sterilisation that beautiful heartbreaking key to great beer! Me first. Fermentor once racked out I'll hose out the trub swill it and throw it on the garden as I've herd the tomatoes love the yeasties so does the slugs!. Then I'll fill again with tap water grab me brew cloth (soft no bristles) and try to work off stubborn first rinse scum. Then I'll head over to laundry turn on hot tap fill till few liters and add a cap full of oxy clean (sodium percarbonate 25.7%w/w) - vannishAussie napi San type stain remover. Fill her up swill fermentor round and let her soak for an hour or so. Do brew day dance. Come back decant suds into bucket for later use -oh unscrew tap all fermentor contraptions throw in bucket and pay a bit of attention to tap threads. Rinse out fermentor tap thread then put the kettle on for a cuppa then I spray tap thread fittings with phosphoric Acid sanitizer (foaming type) put fermentor together then swill fermentor with freshly boiled water to rid fermentor of any up rinsed soap. Next I mix up a few liters 3 ish of phosphoric acid sanitizer decant hot boiled water out tap then throw this in fermentor along with gromet air lock bits and swill around fermentor. I leave this like this till wort is chilled then decant outta tap sanitizer into bucket through transfer hose. Then rack in fresh wort seal lid air lock and wack fermentor in fridge till pitch temp reached. This process follows for kegs and bottles even beer lines! but for brew kettle I give it a quick scrub along with Imersion chiller at end of brew day throw in save sodium percarbonate scrub rinse put away. What am I doing wrong ? Can you point out any flaws I have I understand better brewing comes down to better sanitation and of course the rest but first things first . Let me know.