So my normal process for reloading handgun ammo is to run the dirty brass through an universal decapping die, throw it in my wet tumbler to clean it, and then resize and expand it. Well, I was about out of ammo and extremely short on time so I decided to take a shortcut yesterday. The brass had some dirt on it since I'd picked most of it up off of the ground at the range. Well, I just decided to Resize and expand it while it was still dirty. Then I tossed it in the wet tumbler. I having second thoughts as I wait for it to dry and I'm wondering if the dirt on it while resizing it is going to have made it out of spec? Should I go back and resize and expand all of this brass again, or should I just load it up and not worry about it?