Originally Posted by sjorgensen
I just transfered my first white wine into its second secondary fermentor. It seemed like it was going to be very good. I wanted to add just a little priming sugar; just a teaspoon in 5 gallons. I saw some new bubbling action.
And then I looked down, and realised that I had put a teaspoon of One-Step No-Rinse Cleaner into my wine. AARRRRGGGG....
WHAT HAVE I DONE!
Is it a lost cause?
Thanks in advance,
Well, a teaspoon of one-step won't kill anyone. Maybe you can't even taste it. Let it sit for a while, and the peroxide-y part of it may disapate.
Secondly, why would you put a teaspoon of priming sugar in it anyway? Leave it alone already!