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- Extra strength formulation thoroughly cleans coffee roasting equipment for safe beverage preparation
- Perfect for cleaning removable parts that are difficult to scrub or wipe clean
- Simple instructions make cleaning roasting equipment a breeze
- Powder is a convenient and controlled cleaning method
- 64 oz. of powder per jar
- Shipping Weight
- 4.24 lb.
- Chemical Form
- Made in America
- Coffee Equipment Cleaners
Urnex 13-RCP-UX04-06 Details
Keep your coffee roasting equipment sanitary and free of oil and stains with this Urnex 13-RCP-UX04-06 Roaster Soakz 64 oz. coffee roasting equipment cleaning powder. This highly concentrated product removes soils that can build up when roasting coffee. Mix this powder with water to create a solution for soaking removable parts that are difficult to scrub or wipe clean.
If you want better tasting coffee, cleaning out your roasting equipment with this powder on a regular basis can help achieve your goal of offering the best beans around. Plus, it comes in a convenient 64 oz. jar in a powder form, making it easy to ship, store, and measure out. Simply follow the easy-to-read instructions to make cleaning your equipment a breeze. Ensure safe beverage preparation in your cafe, restaurant, or coffee shop with this cleaning powder!
1. Mix 1 oz (28g) of cleaning powder for every 2 gallons of warm water
2. Place part(s) into the cleaning solution; soak for up to 15 minutes
3. Use a brush to scrub remaining or loose residue from parts
4. Rinse part(s) in clean water and wipe or air dry
Made in America
This item was made in the United States of America.
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