I wouldn't go doing shots of it like bezevo did lol, not all the time at least.
A Common sanitizer used in home brewing is StarSan its an acid based sanitizer . very safe effective .
StarSan is good stuff. It is food grade phosphoric acid, and it is very safe to use. I keep a spray bottle of solution in my kitchen and use it all the time.
Some tips about StarSan, if its PH gets over 3.5 then it becomes less effective. When this happens the mixed SS will turn cloudy. Hard water (think lime) will cause this to happen almost instantly when you mix it. So for effectively use you should use distilled, or RO water to mix with. (1/4 tsp SS / 750ml of H2O, or 1 oz / 1 gallon H2O IIRC)
Another tip is that it requires contact time to work. A surface needs to be wet for at least 60sec for it to do its job.
Yeah, this sounds like the stuff I was thinking of. Never used it myself. The iodine-based stuff was easy enough to use and the color provides a nice indication of the effective mix ratio. But nice to have something that doesn't potentially discolor plastic on contact. Didn't realize it was food grade phosphoric acid, interesting.