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  1. #1

    Cleaning

    Hi Guys,
    Managed to get a drinks chiller from an SD member. Thanks for all your advice and help. Now can you help with info on the best products for cleaning and maintaining a chiller.
    Many Thanks,

  2. #2
    I'd just spray it down with a proprietary kitchen cleaner and give it a wipe. Most of them are touted to 'kill 99% of bacteria'
    A Man should be wise, but never too wise. He who does not know his fate in advance is free of care

  3. #3
    Vinegar is also a good killer of germs and moulds, if you dinna fancy the chemicals, let it air a wee while after. The remainder tastes better on the fish supper too!

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    white vinegar and chop a couple of lemons up toss them in a bowl of boiled water works for micro,s
    DONT START

  5. #5
    I use EST-EEM Cleaner/Sanitizer from EVANS

    evansvanodine.co.uk

    specifically made for food use.

    For cleaning/sanitizing work surfaces, tools, chillers etc.

    Get it from an agricultural/equine merchant, from memory about 7 per gallon and lasts forever (unless you are a serial deer shooter)

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