These steramine tablets are a vital sanitizing component in any restaurant. These steramine tablets go in the final sanitizing solution of your dishwashing line and turn the water blue so that your employees and inspectors know that sanitizing solution is ready to use. These easy to use tablets provide the proper concentration required by Health Department Regulations so you will be sure you are sanitizing your items correctly every time. Just use one tablet per gallon of water and go! This solution is non irritating to the hands and is safe for all cookware surfaces and best of all it is odorless unlike bleach and other harsh sanitizers. This sanitizing solution will last you all day and remain effective so you can be sure your dishes and cookware are safe for your patrons and employees. These steramine tablets come in bottles of 150 and at such a great value will last you for quite a while. Take the guess work out of sanitizing and invest in these handy steramine tablets today!
- 150 tablets
- One tablet per gallon of water
- Turns water blue
- Non irritating to hands and non corrosive
Steramine tablets. Pre-measured - it's easy to use. Simply use 1 tablet per gallon of water to accurately and easily prepare your sanitizing solutions at the proper concentration required by Health Department Regulations. Tablets dissolve in water producing a distinct, clear, pale blue sanitizing solution which tells operators and inspectors at a glance that this sanitizer is in the final rinse sink. Sanitizing solutions are non-irritating to the hands non-corrosive to metals, non-staining and odorless. Sanitizing solutions are long-lasting and usually remain effective all day. All of these advantages are available at an economical cost of only pennies per gallon. 150 Tablets per bottle
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Chef Tony said...
"I keep a recycled milk jug in which I cut out an opening large enough to place my dish sponges when not in use, since they tend to grow bacteria..."
"I keep a recycled milk jug in which I cut out an opening large enough to place my dish sponges when not in use, since they tend to grow bacteria if left out. The jug is filled wit 3/4 gallons of water treated with one tablet of Edwards-Councilor sanitizer. I also keep I separate gallon of sanitizer to sanitize kitchen counters and other surfaces. This is much easier to use than mixing bleach and water, and it doesn't have an odor like bleach does. This is a much in every kitchen and is a way to prevent food borne illness."