- Aug 13, 2020
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In the past I've always used Sodium Metabisulphite to sterilise bottles prior to bottling, I also used it to keep fermentation vessels "ready" by keeping a little in the bottom. Today I was unable to get hold of any "Sulphite" and was offered Sodium Procarbonate instead, which I've not encountered before. My question is when it comes to fermentation buckets how good is it as a brief contact steriliser or do I literally have to fill a 5 litre bucket and wait for it to work, also is it really a no rinse product when it comes to sterilising bottles?