That should be good, especially with a detergent in the cleaning liquid to suspend the particles, followed by a post-rinse. Some folks use the shake-a-jug method with the old NRA formula, and that doesn't remove all traces of primer compound. They need to be careful with blowing air over it.
On another forum a fellow put a fan and a light bulb into an ammo box he'd ventilated with a hole punch, giving himself a dedicated dryer. It's nifty, but I'm too lazy for any accelerated drying. When I do any kind of wet cleaning of cases, I just tap the heads on a rag to clear the excess water, then just let the brass sit around for a few days on freezer paper.
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