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another sani question

jthoward013

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i read the thread about b-brite and got a good bit of info from it but when i checked i found that i had c-brite that i got from my local brewshop as i make beer also. what i would like to know is whats the difference between b-brite and c-brite and how long do you have to let c-brite sit to sani.:confused:
 

akueck

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According to this, C-Brite is chlorine-based and the contact time for sanitizing @ 100 ppm is one minute.