Beer glass cleaner question

30 Jan 2019 02:03 - 31 Jan 2019 10:25 #1 by tutu10
Beer glass cleaner question was created by tutu10
I have just been using baking soda to clean my beer glasses for a while and this works fine for head retention especially on my nitro beers out of the tap. ( Hot water rinse, hand clean with baking soda, hot water rinse followed by cold water rinse and air dry on rack. ) But, they’re always little spots that no matter what I do, I can’t get the beer glass sparkling clean, residual baking soda I guess.
So I’ve been reading about Oxiclean. What do people use? Just the Oxiclean free powder? Amazon also has a triple action dishwashing booster liquid? Do people use that as well? Any opinions or help?
Thanks!

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27 Mar 2019 10:43 #2 by Friday
Replied by Friday on topic Beer glass cleaner question
You'll need a surfactant or a "water wetter". Try a drop of jet dry in a dip rinse.

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