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Re: Cleaning a stainless steel thermos

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05-24-2014 14:27:28

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If it's a Stanley it's guaranteed for life and they will replace it. You need to call their help line and follow instructions. I've got 3 and 2 have been replaced several years ago. Don't use chlorine in them- stainless steel is just stainless, not impervious.

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05-24-2014 20:33:14

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 Re: Cleaning a stainless steel thermos in reply to bill in in, 05-24-2014 14:27:28  
Why is so much chlorine used to clean stainless steel inside and outside in the food processing ingdustry?

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05-26-2014 08:10:36

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 Re: Cleaning a stainless steel thermos in reply to CAS, 05-24-2014 20:33:14  
I work in the food industry. Have been since 1986. It comes in big bottles, it works , and it is cheap. Also the health department says that you MUST use it. It kills everything it touches if mixed strong enough. When you vent the area it evaporates pretty easily. NOW... do NOT use commercial clorine that is a concentrate. That crap will kill you and every one that gets a wiff of the stuff. They use it in your drinking water to purify it. Yup train tank cars. Just think of WWI and the trench warfare. Gas attach stuff. Also idiots who mix clorine and ammonia! Jeffcat

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05-24-2014 22:28:06

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 Re: Cleaning a stainless steel thermos in reply to CAS, 05-24-2014 20:33:14  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeChlorine is a sanitizer and is used to kill pathogens such as E Colli, and listeria.

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