This method works for any double reed (or single reed for that matter):
Dilute a disinfectant such as Sterisol as directed. We make up about a pint at a time for dozens of reeds. Place your reed in the solution for up to 10 minutes. We do it for three minutes. Allow the reed to dry thoroughly. We recommend 4 hours or more.
If you don’t have Sterisol or an equivalent, consider using something that kills viruses. Mouthwash is not strong enough. Straight 91% rubbing alcohol is strong enough, but will possibly dry out the fibers of your reed. When we have a good recommendation, we will share that with you.
Our strong recommendation is to not share reeds. Teachers are especially known for testing and sharing. Consider this an excellent time to have your students start making, and adjusting their own reeds.
from Brian Charles
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