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 / 5.0117 Reviews1 stepThis is a great and easy cleanser. I soak all of my equipment it it before I sanitize. No infections to this date! a must have in my book.April 24, 2013great productI have always used this stuff. I do rinse just to be safe. But I could not ask for a better cleaner.October 15, 2012Product works just as descibed.This is an excellent product and a must for home brewers. It makes sanitizing your equipment a breeze. Mixes up easily and goes a long way. I would definitely recommend this product to everyone.May 19, 2013Must BuyThis is a great buy for the value...go bigger even. This stuff is cheap and easy to use. 4 gallons is plenty to sanitize all your equipment each brew day. It's easy and I love the no rinse feature!October 26, 2012Remember to sanitizeI have used this product for over a year and have not yet had an infection. Works great.October 28, 2012Does the job and I don't worry about the foam - apparently harmless according to other reviews!May 15, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat sanitizerThis is a great sanitizer. Much better than star san because it doesn't foam.October 29, 2012Easy to use and it works wellI've been using One Step for a few years as a sanitizer and its worked out well for me. No foam either, and the big container lasts a very long time.June 5, 2013Easy to use and it worksI have been using one step for two years and it has worked well for me.October 29, 2012The only way to goWorks great. I've used this for 4 years as a cleanser and a sanitizer. Its easy to mix and use, and I've never had a problem. It doesnt need to be rinsed either.August 3, 2013
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Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 7 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.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 ozwhat is the pH of the recommended solution concentration?