I basically followed advice I had seen here; advice provided by @Willd and that video by Cervantes. I also read extensively about a guy named Doc Bud’s process. Look for a thread with 130 pages on another site that google will likely offer you.
Bucket 1 Hydrogen Peroxide and room temp water at 3:1 Water to H2o2 (1 gallon peroxide and 3 gal water)
Bucket 2 1/2 cup lemon juice and 1/2 cup baking soda in 4-5 gallons of room temp water
Bucket 3 Plain room temp water or even colder water
Bucket 4 Same as Bucket 3
Hang to dry and use fan oscillating for first day or so to get excess H2o off. According to Doc Bud they are not hurt by light during this initial drying phase with fans.
Then normal drying procedures (I found I may have lengthened the drying time by a day or two).
That’s what I did primarily because I had powdery mildew and had sprayed the flowering plants. Minus the podery mildew or other disease you could omit the H2o2 Bucket as many folks do the other three as standard operating procedure.