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Cosmetics Cleaning: Removing Erythrosine

Do you have a known solution for removing erythrosine from stainless steel? Erythrosine is also known as Red 3 when used as a cosmetic. Sometimes the cleaning is manual, other times it is automated.

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Removing Buildup in a Lab Washer

Q. I need to remove a white/grey buildup of Alconox detergent residue from inside a stainless steel dishwasher.   Do you have a recommendation? A. We certainly can help and have a couple of recommendations.   If indeed you mean “Alconox detergent” as in Alconox® Powdered Precision Cleaner, I would stop using it in your washer. […]

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Detergents for Laboratory Glassware Washer

Q. What detergents and recommended dosing should I use in my labware washer? A. For use in a typical small, under counter laboratory glassware washer…

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Defining Free Rinsing Detergent

A non-free rinsing cleaner might contain fragrances that were designed to deposit and leave a fresh scent, or it might contain corrosion inhibitors that are designed to deposit and leave behind an anti-corrosion film.

Alconox, Inc, cleaners are free rinsing detergents and do not leave deposits on substrates after rinsing.

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Cleaning Glass Between Salt Tests

Q. What do you recommend for cleaning glass equipment between salt tests? We are removing inorganic salt residue. A. There are many kinds of salt tests, such as corrosion, resistance, conductivity or solubility. When removing inorganic salt residue from a glass substrate, such as sodium chloride, calcium chloride, calcium carbonate or magnesium carbonate, we recommend…

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What to choose: acid vs alkaline cleaner?

Q:  What are the differences between an acid vs alkaline cleaner? A:  There are some key difference in choosing the right cleaner for your cleaning needs; the ph of a detergent is one dividing line. Acidic cleaners are commonly used to brighten or etch metals and are effective at removing any mineral deposits or oxidation […]

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Replacing Bleach in Removal of DNA

Q. We need to remove all DNA from material, bleach destroys DNA, but we use a lot of it. Any Alconox-type cleaners that can completely remove/destroy DNA without the bleach step? Click to read the answer.

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Water Spots & Oil Removal: Pharma & Lab Glassware

Q. We see white water spots on cleaned and depyrogenated vials. Looks to be scale from the washer. Do you have a recommended cleaning agent for vial washing? Click to read the answer.

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Clouding Out in Citric Acid Passivation

Q. We are performing Citrajet® passivation using the procedure found in your cell phone app. When finished, there are circles of “oil” floating on the Citrajet® solution, even though our parts had no oil on them. Is this normal? A: What you are seeing is not oil, but low-foaming surfactant coming out of solution…..

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CIP

How much CIP detergent needed?

Q: We are starting a new bioprocessing facility where we will be cleaning stainless steel tanks via a Clean-In-Place sprayball system? How do I approximate how much detergent I will need? We are considering Alcojet or Solujet, follow by an acidic rinse with Citrajet. Is this a good plan? Any advice? A: A good rule of thumb for tis you need about….

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