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Raw protein residues are best removed with an enzymatic detergent designed to remove both cooking oils and biologics. Using a warm Tergazyme solution will ensure that the enzyme imbedded in Tergazyme will not denature and will be optimally effective. A 1% Tergazyme solution is designed to give good reliable cleaning performance for 8 hours at 120° F.

How To Clean:

  1. Make a fresh solution of Tergazyme using 2/3 cup (150g) in 4 gal (15L) of warm water.
  2. Scrub surfaces thoroughly. For heavy residue, let Tergazyme solution sit on equipment for 20 minutes.
  3. Scrub any remaining tough spots.
  4. Rinse thoroughly with tap water.
  5. Dry thoroughly.

Additional Cleaning Tips:

For effective cleaning only use warm water (do not exceed 130˚ F temperatures) to avoid having the hot water degrade the enzyme.

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