All that bleach can cause clouding of your lines and if you have hard water it will contribute to milk stone build up. Also, you don’t need to disassemble the set up every milking.
I fill a five gallon bucket with water and about 2 tablespoons of Pfanzite
. Place inflations in the bucket, suck half the water, remove gasket, scrub lid with brush, remove and scrub inflations, and hang from the lid to drain hoses. Scrub bucket, dump, pour in the other half bucket of Pfanzite water scrub, dump, invert on a milk crate to dry. Pfantize is adequate to wash, rinse and sanitize.
If you use dishwasher soap you need 3 buckets.
1st bucket is clean cold water to clean the milk out of the lines and inflations
2nd bucket is hot water with 2 tablespoons of dishwasher powder run that through
3rd bucket of clean cold water through to rinse the lines
Either way, once a week you will want to run a bucket of warm acid wash
through lines/inflations and bucket, disassemble and scrub everything.