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JohnT

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Quick poll....

Is pine so safe for a winery?
 

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JohnT, I use it for general clean up, i.e. table tops, chairs, computer, floor, etc. but not for anything that comes in contact with the wine. For my glassware, I use either Oxyclean or Dawn dishwashing liquid and a good hot water rinse.
 

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I don't like to use anything that is scented. Ive got unscented oxyclean and unscented dish soap on hand. I don't want anything to interfere with my TCA house aroma.:h
 

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It's got a pretty strong scent. I wouldn't use it. When you say 'safe for a winery', do you mean the floor, the equipment, the sink? I just picked up some B-Brite a couple weeks ago and will be giving that a try soon.
 

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Just for cleaning the floor only (after the wine is all sealed up and put to bed).
 

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Just for cleaning the floor only (after the wine is all sealed up and put to bed).
I used the generic brand pine sol on my hardwood floors for spills/cleanup afterwards. Works perfectly fine for me, but I just dilute it because the smell can be a bit overpowering.
 

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