Part FROM A CROSBY BAKER NEWSLETTER B-Brite and C Brite
B-Brite: The best All-Around Cleanser in your
Instructions on the B-Brite
Dissolve one tablespoon of B-Brite per gallon of warm water. Wash
equipment with B-Brite solution and then rinse with clear, cold water. Cleans with active
oxygen. Does not contain chlorine or bisulfite. Effectively removes beer-stone and other fermentation
CAUTION: Avoid contact with eyes. For eye contact, immediately
flush with copious amounts of water. Remove contact lenses if applicable and continue flushing for at least 15
minutes. Get medical attention. If swallowed, drink large quantities of water. Do not induce vomiting. Never
give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Call physician.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN
Ingredients: sodium Percarbonate (CAS#15630-89-4), Sodium Carbonate (CAS#497-19-8), Silicic Acid, Sodium salt
In the midst of all our study of cleansers, we
learned a lot! It turns out that B-Brite, made with Activated Oxygen Per carbonate, is a truly great cleanser!
As such, it can be used throughout your home, and can replace many products your customers are likely paying
more for! It will be fine for all your metal and food containers.
Our producer feels that B-Brite, using Activated
Oxygen Percarbonate, is likely even better than the Oxy-Clean product advertised all over on TV (it’s at least
as good, and if Oxy-Clean isn’t using an Activated product, then B-Brite is the better
Try B-Brite for cleansing needs all over the house!
It even works great in dishwashers and clothes washing machines! Plus all-round use in bathrooms and other
areas. Try it, you’ll like it! With all these great uses, you might want to put in some of our larger sizes,
beyond the 8 ounce tubs.
the C-Brit packet, which is hidden under the flap!
CLEANSING: Clean object to be sanitized with 1-2 packets C-Brite (0.8 ounce packet) in 2 gallons of warm
water and rinse well with potable water. It may be necessary to remove beer stool, gross filth and heavy soil from
the surface by a pre-scrape, pre-flush and where necessary a pre-soak treatment.
SANITIZATION: No-rinse effective sanitization requires a solution of 100 ppm available
chlorine. This will be achieved by dissolving the contents of an 0.8 ounce packet of C-Brite in 2 gallons of warm
water. Thoroughly wet all surfaces to be sanitized. Let stand at least one minute. Drain and AIR DRY.
Ingredients: C-Brite is an active chlorine based preparation. Sodium
Dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate 6%, inert ingredients 94%. Provides 3.3% available chlorine
FIRST AID FOR C-BRITE:
If in eyes: *Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently
with water for 15-20 minutes. *Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue
rinsing eye. * Call poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.
If swallowed *Call poison control center or doctor immediately for
treatment advice. *Have a person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. *Do not induce vomiting unless told to do
so by the poison control center or doctor. *Do not give mouth to mouth to an unconscious person.
If on skin or clothing: *Take off contaminated clothing. *Rinse skin
immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes.
If inhaled: *Move person to fresh air.
If person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give
artificial respiration, preferably mouth to mouth if possible. *Call a poison control center or doctor for further
treatment advice. Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor, or
going for treatment.
Note to Physician: Probable mucosal damage may contraindicate the use of gastric
Many of you have noticed the recent change
in the C-Brite packaging. Please rest assured it’s exactly the same fine product it’s always been. The
formulation hasn’t changed at all.
The packaging story is a bit complicated. The
formulation of our (Crosby and Baker, now BSG) C-Brite is a federally approved sanitizer and for years we
thought that was enough. As we learned last year with our difficulties in one State, it turns out that
sanitizers must be registered on a State-by-State basis, at a cost of up to $300 per State, per year. This
neither we nor our producer is willing to do. It’s expensive and it’s a paperwork nightmare. Accordingly, we
have had to take the product and sell it as a cleanser instead, just like we did with B-Brite years
The second part of the story is where it gets even
more complicated. Turns out sanitizers can be ‘no-rinse’ when used in the proper concentrations, which is how we
labeled C-Brite in the past. Unfortunately, no cleansers are permitted to be labeled ‘no-rinse’. So, when we
(Crosby and Baker) changed the packaging on C-Brite from ‘sanitizer’ to ‘cleanser’, even though we did not
change the formulation at all, we cannot call C-Brite ‘no-rinse’ if we call it a
So there it is: Same great product, same formula,
and it will work just like it always did. Please reassure your customers that nothing has changed but the
packaging. It’s just that we can no longer make the same claims. As we said, the formula happens to be a US EPA
approved sanitizer, but we can’t sell it that way without registering it in every State.
On the positive side, we hope you’ll like the new
plastic packs. They will keep the product fresher, and the packages are nice & shiny, and, we think, more