Can you use this as a no rinse sanitize soulution?

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Daniel Taylor

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Hi guys,

shopping around for something local, cheap and easy.

Can this be used as a sanitize solution?

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peter.b

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Hi guys,

shopping around for something local, cheap and easy.

Can this be used as a sanitize solution?

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Cheers!
Sodium Percarbonate is a cleaning product, not a sanitizing product. In other words it will get your gear clean, but microbes can still be living there. Get some StarSan. It's dirt cheap and goes a long way.
 

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looking at the ingredient list, I'm guessing that's napisan or something similar?
 

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Perhaps I non brand washing powder? It has fragrance which can permeate plastic brewing gear. Use low concentrations and rinse thoroughly. It's not antimicrobial so not suitable for sanitizing
 

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seriously star san . 473 ml is $21.50 . Im super wasteful with it and make 2l at a time which is 3ml per batch .157 batches form a bottle . like 13c a batch .

its even cheaper if you buy a big one
 

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