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Star San Sanitizer, 8 oz - HM763

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Use Star San sanitizer for cleaning any glass or plastic where you will be preparing food or beverages. Most often used during homebrewing and cheesemaking where it can be challenging to clean surfaces and containers quickly and thoroughly.

Star San is an acid-based, non-toxic sanitizer and there is no rinsing required when you use the dilution suggested on the label. Sanitize your containers, equipment, and surfaces without soap or bleach. The foaming action shows you that it is sanitizing; about two minutes later it is done.

Any leftover foam is harmless.

Odorless
Flavorless

Use only one ounce per 5 gallons of water.

Since this is acid-based, do not use it on soft metals.

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  • Item Model Number: HM763
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds

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