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Turbo clear usually consists of two "agents". And they are needed for turbo washes, because - contrary to the washes presented in the tried & true recipees department - they do not clear very easy. The first "agent" is a signaling product that tells the yeast cells to start growing hair. They do that in hostile environments to stick together, get down on the bottom and in doing so shelter the inner yeast cells so that when the environment becomes less hostile reproduction can restart. The second "agent" is put in 1 or 2 hours later. Basically, it consists of long molecules. Giving the already "hairy" yeast cells someting to get entangled in and so speeding the process of them becoming heavier and sinking to the bottom.
About the things you want to use, I do not know.
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