DetailsEasy Clean is the no-rinse bleaching compound for cleaning beer and winemaking equipment that comes with all of our equipment kits. Safe to use as a cleaner on all of your equipment, including stainless steel. Use 1 tablespoon per gallon of water for best results.
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5.0 / 5.032 ReviewsCleans well.Good cleaner and sanitizer to help ensure that your bottles are set for filling. No need to rinse (according to instructions), but I still rinse everything with clean water.July 11, 2019Purchased
1 year agoGreat productThis works great to clean my Carboys and equipment that we use to make our spirits.September 29, 2018Purchased
1 year agoI've always used this product & I wish it was available for purchase at regular grocery stores and other retailers. It works great everytime!May 25, 2018Purchased
1 year agoSimply the best!Never have to worry about ordering anything from here. Top notch products at a good price and delivered flawlessly.January 23, 2016Cheap and goodWorks well and it cheap. Safe to use, and no flavors imparted into plastic.March 31, 2014Versatile CleanerGreat for everything from sanitizing equipment to soaking your bottles. Pour a sink full of hot water, add a tablespoon full of this and let the bottle soak to remove stubborn label glue. Be aware that if you use more than the recommended amount in solution it can leave a residue if you dont rinse with water.March 25, 2014WorksIt came in the beginners kit and is easy to use and works great - no infections ever.February 5, 2014inexpensive adn worksI use it all the time but had to search the web to find out how to use it both duration, and concentration per stain/equpment. Less damaging to skin too.December 8, 2013An inexpensive necessity.Get a gallon milk jug (well-labeled as "not drinkable") and a gallon can be used for two to three full batches from brewing to bottling. An 8 oz bottle of Easy Clean will have a LONG life.October 28, 2013
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 2 answersWhat is the difference between Potassium Metabisulfite and Sodium Metabisulfite?BEST ANSWER: The main functions of both chemicals is to add free sulphites to the wine or clean equipment, for that they are very similiar. Chemically they are differnt in their by products, residual sodium vs. potassium, its a matter of prefence, but the quantities used are too small to produce a taste in the wine or beer. I prefer potassium, because of the slightly higher concentration levels, it makes me feel better about cleaning. In cleaning I will make a k-meta water solution in a spray bottle and spray down every surface that touches wine. The other use is stabillization, which is a little more complicated and can change the taste pretty drastically. The amount that comes with the kits is on the lower side of what's needed so the wine will not last for a long time. But you need ph and sulphite testing to determine proper additions or you can over add and get a sulphite taste which cannot be removed. Hope this helps.how do you make a sulfite solution?Is Easy Clean safe for septic systems?BEST ANSWER: Considering what it is i wouldn't go dumping large quantity down the drain, but properly mixed amounts should be ok as to not kill the bacteria in the tank.