Help prevent batches of your favorite beverage from infection. Clean your beer- and wine-making equipment quickly and easily with the non-toxic, oxygen-based One Step No-Rinse Cleanser. Environmentally-friendly and non-harsh, One Step uses no acids and no chlorine, which can leave a film on glass and corrode stainless steel. All you need is 1 tablespoon and 2 minutes of contact time. No rinsing needed. Safe to use on any of your beer- and wine-brewing equipment. Makes16 gallons.
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4.9 / 5.0128 ReviewsOne of my manyIf I don't have time for a long soak but I want to clean and sanitize this is my go to itemDecember 14, 2018Purchased
4 months agoVery simple to use. Just mix and sanitize.December 14, 2018Purchased
4 months agoWorks as advertised. Would definitely recommend it.November 3, 2018Purchased
5 months agoOctober 24, 2018Purchased
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6 months agoCustomer serviceI would recommend your products, I have been thoroughly satisfied with everything I have purchased from you so far . I appreciate how the men I have had opportunity to speak to were so very helpful .October 6, 2018Purchased
6 months agogreat p[productI bought this item twice. It does a great cleaning job without leaving a fragrance or a soapy film. Don't make wine without this product on hand.September 27, 2018Purchased
6 months agoNever saw the need for anything else. Has worked for me.August 14, 2018Purchased
1 year agoi like itIt works like it should and is easy to use. I buy it in the 3 lb pail.August 9, 2018Purchased
8 months agoNo worries with One Step. It does it all.I have used before many times, does a great job of cleaning and sanitizing. I use mainly on by glass carboys. I’m very happy with this product, would recommend to fellow brewers.April 6, 2018Purchased
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Browse 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 10 answersDo I need to let this dry completely before adding my brew?BEST ANSWER: I use One Step for cleaning and sanitizing wine bottles and equipment. I do not brew beer but I imagine that results are similar. I have used One Step for many years and do not completely dry carboys and bottles after cleaning/sanitizing. It does leave some residue in the containers so a good, thorough rinse is advised before transferring wine/beer to the cleansed containers.Is this a powder?BEST ANSWER: Harry,
One step is indeed a powder.Can this be used for sanitizing fruits (i.e. orange or lemon)?BEST ANSWER: I've only used it for sanitizing equipment. I think there are other sanitizers for food. I would read the label and the cautions very carefully before trying on a food item. Hope that helpswhat are the ingredients in One Step?BEST ANSWER: Sodium metasillicate is the only chemical listedwhat is the pH of the recommended solution concentration?BEST ANSWER: Hello!
One Step does not rely on pH in order to be effective, so we do not have a pH of the recommended solution concentration.One Step is listed in the category of sanitizers, be the label says it is a cleanser. Which is it? Sorry for the newbie questions. (I did try checking the forum)BEST ANSWER: One step is an oxygen based cleaner. It does have sanitizing properties. It must be made fresh every time and needs about 2 minutes contact time to effectively sanitize. It's great and simple and easy when equipment is very clean, like new, but most will graduate to more effective, yet confusing, agents for sanitizing.How large is the containerBEST ANSWER: 8 oz