I've got quite a little bit of once fired TW 45 headstamped .50 BMG brass. It's obviously originally loaded with corrosive primers. It's really nice brass and I want to reload it but how do I get the corrosive residue out of the brass? I'm guessing it was fired in the late '90s. I'm not looking for a "...don't worry and just reload it because the corrosive salts are gone after it's first fired..." answer because I know from experience (bad/expensive experience) that it just doesn't work that way. I considered resizing/decapping it and then washing it in a washing machine on hot with detergent but don't know how well that works (and don't let mama catch you doing that!!!) Maybe it is just not possible. Any ideas?