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Still Spirits Turbo Clear

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Still Spirits Turbo Clear 24hr clearing comes in two sachets, part A and part B. Use Turbo Clear to clear the ... read more

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Still Spirits Turbo Clear 24hr clearing comes in two sachets, part A and part B. Use Turbo Clear to clear the base after the initial fermentation.

Turbo Clear transforms the quality of your alcohol! 

Still Spirits Turbo Clear is added into your turbo wash directly and within 24 hours eliminates over 95% of the yeast cells, solids and other particles from the liquid. 

By using Turbo Clear, it eliminates the chance of yeast cells breaking open during the boiling procedure.

If the yeast cells were to break open, taste and smell, plus impurities absorbed by carbons and fermentation clays would be released into the distillate. 

For the best possible alcohol QUALITY, use Turbo Clear in each wash and rack before distillation.


Instructions for Turbo Clear Use

Turbo Clear Part A: Wait until fermentation is complete. Once completed, stir the wash well to remove all of the unwanted gas. After degassing, add the contents of Part A and mix vigorously and then leave to stand for one hour.


Turbo Clear Part B: After 1 hour has passed, slowly pour Part B evenly over the surface of the wash while carefully stirring just the top of the wash to help it to spread evenly. Take care not to stir vigorously, as this will disrupt the clearing process. Leave to stand to clear for 24 hours. During this time, Part B will drop down from the surface, taking all the unwanted yeast and sediment to the bottom.

Enough to treat 25 litres of wash or wine.

Net weight: 130g




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