In what seemed like a good idea at the time, I used a can of compressed air to clean out my Magic Mill flour grinder.
It did a great job of cleaning out all the extra flour stuck to the bottom of the top part. However, what I didn't realize at the time was it also left bitterant residue, ruining a batch of flour I just made!
The MSDS for the compressed air (Compucessory Power Duster) just lists diflouroethane, but it says right on the can it contains a bitterant!
The bitterant is likely Denatonium (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitterant). Is there any household chemical that will dissolve it and the other common bitterants, or better yet, break them down into non-bitter compounds?