So here's the story: I keep a bucket full of sanitizer for dunking things, and a spray bottle for non-dunkable things.
Unbeknownst to me, last night in the middle of my brew session my wife got out a spray bottle of this stuff, and it was on the counter as well: http://www.greenworkscleaners.com/pr...r/ingredients/
To the best of my recollection, I only used a spray bottle twice:
1) on the lid to my brew kettle while it was chilling
2) on the lid to my fermenter
The first time I honestly don't know which one I used. The second was for sure the GreenWorks, but my wife caught me and I immediately rinsed off the lid and used the correct sanitizer before I sealed my fermentor lid.
I don't think more than a few drops got into my fermentor. I pitched about 350ml of washed S-23 into my fermentor (I'm making a Dortmunder Export), so I'm not super concerned about killing my yeast.
The ingredients are:
* Filtered water
* coconut-based cleaning agent (nonionic surfactant: alkyl polyglucoside)
* corn-based ethanol (ethanol SDA-3C) -
* fragrance with essential oil - I believe this is lemon oil
* biodegradable preservative - this appears to be Kathon which is a biocide
* blue and yellow colorant
Here's the MSDS sheet:
It says that it's between 1-5% Alkyl polyglucoside.
The only things in there that would appear to be problematic are the Alkyl Polyglucoside, which is a detergent, and the Kathon, which might kill my yeast. From what I can see the detergent is pretty safe to ingest (especially in such miniscule quantities), and the Kathon (in such an even tinier quantity) probably wont' be able to kill off my yeast, since there's such a good healthy population.
I haven't seen any airlock activity yet, but for a lager I wouldn't expect that, since it's down at 50*F.