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Star San- 32 oz
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- 32 oz.
- Self-foaming Sanitizer
- Ideal for Brewing and Other Food and Beverage Equipment
- Prevents Water Spotting on Equipment
|Number of Items||1|
|UPC||881147965090 , 887132373437 , 787461657799|
|EAN||0887132373437 , 0881147965090 , 0787461657799|
|Fabric Type||Item Does Not Contain Textiles|
|Item Volume||0.95 liters|
|Style||San- 32 oz|
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|Brand Name||Star San|
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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Star San is a self-foaming acid sanitizer ideal for brewing, dairy and other food and beverage equipment. It is an extremely effective bactericide and fungicide and is not affected by excessive organic soils. Star San also reduces water spotting and can be used without rinsing under the proper concentrations. STAR SAN is a blend of phosphoric acid and dodecylbenzenesulfonic acid. This synergistic blend provides a unique killing system that is unaffected by excessive organic soils. STAR SAN is also a self-foaming sanitizer. It can be applied through a foamed to produce self-adhering sanitizing foam for external sanitation. STAR SAN is also an excellent sanitizer for hand application. Sanitizing with STAR SAN on a daily basis will leave equipment in an acid condition that will eliminate water spotting.
Style: San- 32 oz
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Top Customer Reviews
Every brew session starts with me filling my Rubbermaid tub with Star San and water. Basically anything I use gets put into the tub.
I followed this process and got Star San starting on my very first batch after reading some tips. I have never had an infection (knock on wood) and have never dreaded sanitizing, because it seems so easy to just get some Star San on everything before I use it.
Oh, one tip for someone who hasn't used a bottle like this - you just take the top off the measurement side then squeeze the bottle. The liquid flows up into the measuring cup and allows you to dump it. Don't be dumb like me and take both tops off or just try to tip it or leave both tops on and squeeze or any of the dumb things I tried before figuring it out.
Use Star-San on plastic
Use IO-Star on metal
I have found other uses around my kitchen
refrigerator, meat slicer, food processor, mixer, can opener etc. I can wash most of the parts in the sink but it is hard to get into all the nooks and crannies and be sure its really clean.
I use on mason canning jars used to store left overs and a food saver jar sealer to vacuum seal them.
I mix very small amounts and always keep on hand in spray bottles in my kegerator cabinet.
It only stays viable for a short time about a week or less so I only mix a small amount at a time.
UPDATE: still love this stuff use a lot of it on almost everything in my kitchen.
Spray and wipe down after preparing or handling any high risk raw foods like chicken or raw meat to prevent cross contamination it is not a substitute for good old soap and hot water just an added precaution.
A better choice then using bleach or those popup wipes.
Star-San does not require rinsing like the residue bleach solutions or popup wipes can leave.
Added bonus if you have any small cuts or scratches on your hands this will help you find them.
I've never lost a batch to infection, and obviously Star-San is to credit, because admittedly, I brew in a filthy area. You will fear the foam in the beginning, but like everyone who knows what they are doing will tell you, DONT FEAR THE FOAM.
The trick for me has been to dilute it in a spray bottle and then spray everything -- especially the insides of the bottles.
Putting some in a sink and then adding all those bottles may not work. I had this issue and ruined two batches of good beer.
Spray everything -- hands, towels, entire sink area, and give it at least one minute.
And do not worry about the foam or suds. They will go away very shortly.