Chemical Resistant Heavy Duty Sprayer + Hands on Review & Star San Tips

cln_img_005732 Ounce Chemical Resistant Bottle and Sprayer from Chemical Guys – photo via my Hands on Review

Chemical resistant, Adjustable nozzle, professional grade.


From the product description, check product page for current description, price and availability:

  • Chemical resistant bottle and sprayer
  • Adjustable nozzle sprays from a fine mist to a jet stream
  • Professional grade
  • Long lasting
  • 32 ounce bottle

Use to spray things 🙂 around your brewery and more.  See: Star San Spray Bottle Method of Sanitizing.  Check out my Hands on Review of this spray bottle.

Chemical resistant plastic is a good thing when dealing with Sar San.  I used to store diluted Star San in a distilled water gallon jug.  When it eventually ate through the plastic and leaked all over… I realized that was a bad idea.

Feedback from HBF Reader Da Kine: “This is a great product. I had some bottles from Ace Hardware that lasted maybe 2 brews. Based on HBF’s hands-on review, I got some of these and they’ve lasted great over dozens of brews.”

What are others saying? Search this product’s Amazon reviews for “homebrew”

Chemical Guys ACC_130 Professional Chemical Resistant Heavy Duty Bottle and Sprayer (32 oz)


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3 thoughts on “Chemical Resistant Heavy Duty Sprayer + Hands on Review & Star San Tips

  1. EchoTony

    Reviews look very mixed. Doesn’t work with bleach for long – nozzle melts. Others complained about vinegar, so that would appear that weak acids don’t work well here either. Considering I was going to use with StarSan, an acid, this isn’t likely to be a good deal when you can get a good spray bottle at HD or Lowes for about $3-4.

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  2. Charles Wier

    This is also available as S&S, providing 5-20% additional savings, not to mention that both 32 and 16 oz bottles can be purchased as a 3-pack. However, do you or any readers have 1st-hand experience with these ? The reviews are all over the place, and a question about using for diluted Starsan was not really answered adequately. One reply states that these bottles are made of #3 PVC, not #2 HDPE.

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    1. admin Post author

      I have no personal experience with these specific spray bottles. Would love to hear from anyone that does.

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