BTF Iodophor Sanitizer
BTF Iodophor sanitizer is an odorless, tasteless iodine sanitizer that is safe to use on all cheesemaking equipment. This low-foaming, no-rinse concentrate requires only 1 tsp per 1.5 gallons, and 2 minutes of contact time, to be effective.
- 4 oz Iodophor sanitizer
Store tightly sealed in original container.
- Certified by NSF as a sanitizer for food processing areas and equipment. Gentle on hands.
Add Iodophor to cool or lukewarm water, do not use use hot water.
No rinse status is dependent on following the dilution guidelines.
For 12.5 ppm titratable iodine, add 1 tsp to 1.5 gallons of water.
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- chevre molds
Easy to use and seems to work so far
I've been using iodophor to sanitize my dairy-free cheesemaking equipment. So far, I don't appear to be getting any bad mold, so it seems to be working - fingers crossed! I couldn't find any information on whether iodophor could be used to sanitize bee's wax wrap (which I'm using to line some springform pans and to put under some cheeses in place of parchment paper), but after at least 7 rounds of sanitization, I'm happy to say it doesn't appear to be affecting the bee's wax so far. So, that's exciting! Although others on the internet say that it stains and leaves a scent, I haven't found either of those things to be an issue.
BTF Iodophor Sanitizer,
This product was shipped promptly and arrived in good condition. One purpose for its use id to sanitize plastic buckets for long term food storage. This is an important step in prep for storage. I will also use the sanitizer for bottles that will store water. I am sure that I will find many other uses for the product.
I Use It Everyday!
I highly recommend this sanitizer. I use it daily to sanitize my hand milking pail and equipment. It is easy and effective and it makes me feel confident that my equipment is clean.
Very easy to use
Seems to work well and way easier than trying to boil everything. If you are sanitizing plastic molds (specifically the chevre molds) and forget about them for a few hours, they will take on a little orange color, but that comes out in the dishwasher (I didn't try to use them that color). If you follow the instructions, no staining at all.