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Old 04-26-2013, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default TM Desanamax: Keg and Line Cleaning

Saw this is an email from William's Brewing - looks interesting. Its a cleanser, starts purple and turns colors when it comes in contact with organic material. So, you use it tockean out the keg and lines, then do it again to check if the color stays purple, then you know its clean.

Anyone used this?

http://www.williamsbrewing.com/TM-DESANAMAX-P3368.aspx


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We had a guy from one of the local restaurant/bar supply shops in town come into one of our meetings a few years and talk about it and how it works. They use it during their cleanings and were pretty sold on it. I've got a sample that I never used that I'll run though on my next cleaning and let you know. Nice visual indicator for those clean freaks out there.
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We had a guy from one of the local restaurant/bar supply shops in town come into one of our meetings a few years and talk about it and how it works. They use it during their cleanings and were pretty sold on it. I've got a sample that I never used that I'll run though on my next cleaning and let you know. Nice visual indicator for those clean freaks out there.
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