Easy Clean

SKU: U080

No-rinse oxygen-based cleanser for beer- and winemaking equipment. Use one tablespoon per gallon of water and allow two minutes contact time.



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Easy Clean

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No-rinse oxygen-based cleanser for beer- and winemaking equipment. Use one tablespoon per gallon of water and allow two minutes contact time.

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Customer Reviews

Excellent product Review by Sharon
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Have been using it for sanitizing with great success, particularly with bottles since produces no suds. Also, use it to help take labels off recycled bottles; a little Easy Clean and warm water in a bucket, most labels slide off within a short time. Even if there is glue residue, it is easily cleaned. (Posted on 8/6/14)
Cheap and easy Review by Dustin
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This stuff is great. I have brewed about 12 or so batches of beer and two batches of wine. I have used Easy Clean to sanitze everything with zero problems. What could be easier than adding a scoop or two of powder to some warm water. (Posted on 4/28/14)
GREAT PRODUCT!! Review by Rich
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I love this stuff. I got the large tub and am using it for not just brewing equipment but other household cleaning as well. Soaking bottles gets them spotless, the labels fall right off and the glue rinses off (might require a light sponge depending on how long you soak). Carboys and racking equipment are spotless without scrubbing after a soaking the carboy and siphoning out the solution. Dirty dishes blah blah blah. Anyway, get this...lots of it. The fact that its oxygen based makes me not have to worry about pouring it down the drain and effecting the nearby pristine national forest water. (Posted on 4/15/14)
This stuff is great Review by Smokey
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After using this I am 100% satisfied and don't know if I will ever try anything else again. (Posted on 2/23/14)
Great Review by Lindsey
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This product works great and it's priced well too! (Posted on 1/30/14)
Affordable and Flexible Review by Belgian_Brewer
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I use Easy Clean for all of my sanitizing and heavy cleaning. I started out using One Step, but switched over to Easy Clean several years ago with no discernible difference, other than a lower cost. While not advertised as a "sanitizer," I use it to sanitize my brewing equipment, fermenters and bottles. After 50+ batches, I have yet to suffer one issue with contamination (>< fingers crossed). You can't go wrong with this stuff. My only complaint is that it does not hold up well to storage, unlike Star San. However, Easy Clean's low cost and ability to be handled with gloves more than offsets the long-term storage issue. (Posted on 12/3/13)
A must have Review by Josh
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Great cleaner at an affordable price. I use this for cleaning all of my brewing equipment, makes quick work of one if the more tedious parts of homebrewing. (Posted on 11/23/13)
Love it Review by Bryan
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I use it as a no rinse and works great! (Posted on 9/28/13)
Excellent Product Review by BRO
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I've used this stuff for a couple of years to clean up my primary and secondary fermenters after a batch. It cleans up all of the residue without any scrubbing.
I use a separate sanitizer (Star-san) prior to brewing, so I can't speak to it's sanitizing abilities.

Get the large container - you'll go through the stuff pretty quickly if you brew on a regular basis. (Posted on 9/15/13)
My "Go To" cleaner Review by Gary
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For the price and ease of cleaning, it can't be beat. (Posted on 9/2/13)
Great stuff Review by kyle
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Tried other cleaners and came back to Carlson. Gets the job done with almost no elbow grease (Posted on 8/25/13)
great product Review by joseph
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have not had any bacteria issues since using this product, it last along time and no rinsing required. i highly recommend it. (Posted on 8/19/13)
"No rinse" true for me Review by Brian
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I've used this for 8 years (about 75 brews) as my final step without issue. It is a cleanser, but I've had zero issues with it, and I never rinse after using it. It makes to process easier, and making something easier means you'll do it more. Yes, technically it is not a sanitizer, but after 75+ brews and taking the "no rinse" advertising to heart, it can work just fine. (Posted on 1/11/13)
CLEANSER NOT SANITIZER Review by True ink
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This is a good sub for PBW it is very similar in composition. It is not meant to be a final rinse or sanitizer you must rinse this product and then use sanitizer if the vessel needs sanitation. Also PBW needs a rinse or it leaves residue (think slippery surface if not rinsed.) I do think this has almost the same properties, So I am unsure where this no rinse business comes from. (Posted on 2/13/12)
Works Great Review by Wicked
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Just as good as One-Step, but much less expensive. (Posted on 7/20/11)
Good stuff Review by Shawn
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Love it! (Posted on 4/8/11)
Fast and easy to use Review by Jeffro the Pagan
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Just buy the large bucket, works fast and easy to use. This is not made for cleaning, use PBW for that chore. As others have mentioned, your hands get very slippery, so watch out with those carboys! (Posted on 3/30/11)
Does the job Review by JG
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Add water and stir pretty simple to do. have had no problems when using this product. Makes hands slippery but that is the only negative to this product, but on the good side you don't have to use gloves when handling. unlike some of the liquid sanitizers. (Posted on 11/17/10)
I have used this religiously for 4 years! Review by cookinwood
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This stuff is great and economical. It works awesome, so what if you have to put a little more water into your carboy and swirl it around to get residue out. BooHoo Bootney. (Posted on 11/6/10)
Great stuff Review by Robert A
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Great stuff. DIssolve it in warm water, splash it around your buckets and carboys, pour it over your botles caps, and shake it in your bottles.

It's a great product and I finally wised up and decided to by the 5lb size. (Posted on 5/12/10)
Wonderful stuff Review by Hopshead
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I use it for a final rinse on all of my equipment (and bottles before I start to fill them). Same stuff we (bartenders) used years ago in taverns for quick rinse of beer glasses. (Posted on 3/25/10)