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PBW Cleaner


Use 1 to 2 ounces per gallon for cleaning kettles, 3/4 ounce per gallon for fermenters, kegs, tanks, and other equipment. Soak equipment overnight in PBW solution; rinse the following morning - no scrubbing required! 

Benefits of using PBW:

  • Removes stains on a stove top from brewing kettles 

  • Cleans and shines stainless steel

  • Removes odours from equipment 

  • Removes old build up from brewing equipment 

  • Use it to clean your dishwasher

  • Environmentally friendly 

  • Biodegradable 

  • Will not harm septic systems 

  • Doesn't burn skin like other chemicals. 

  • Can remove labels 

  • Cleans inside of bottles 


How to Use:

Use approximately cap (1/4oz)  per gallon of water in either a cleaning bucket you can dunk your equipment in or a spray bottle. 

Do I need to rinse after using star san?


Star San is self-foaming, which helps it to penetrate cracks and crevices. Odorless and flavourless, no need to worry about tainting your beer or wine. Doesnot require rinsing when used at the recommended dilution.

Does Star San need to dry?

30 seconds of exposure to star San will sanitize almost anything. It won't kill you if there's residual bubbles from it in your bottles, carboys, and yeast starter glassware. In fact it's best if the surfaces aren't dry, as they're likely no longer sanitary at that point.

Will Star San kill yeast?

Star-San kills yeast in large amounts. ... Despite that, yeast can survive a pH2 solution, the pH is not the killing action of StarSan, it's the redox reaction on the cell membranes of microbes that does the killing. The low pH is just what indicates that StarSan is active, not how it kills. A spray won't stop your batch from fermenting though. It's safe to use on utensils you're using to check on your brew.

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