We milk a couple of goats. Our usual process for cleaning milking pails, the milk filter and the milk storage jars has been to rinse with cool water, scrub with hot soapy water, and then run through our rickety old commercial dishwasher which had detergent and sanitizer as well as very hot water. There's some visible cloudiness--milk stone, I think--on the metal equipment, but no smell, and the milk stays fresh. The dishwasher is dying and we're thinking of not replacing it. We're trying to figure out what we'd then need to do to clean up milk residue..prefer something reasonably nontoxic. What do you folks do?