12 questions from our users
What percentage is this vinegar please?
Hi Merle. The safety data sheets I've found online indicate that cleaning vinegar can be up to ten percent acetic acid in water. It's a great product. I rarely need to use anything else for household cleaning.
Bubbles (the green cleaner)
Can I use this vinegar to get rid of sunscreen stains off a white cotton blouse please ?
I have outdoor furniture with canvas type fabric on chair seats and backs with mould, will cleaning vinegar be safe to use on this. There is no dilution ratio on the bottle so also not sure how dilute to make solution
Looking forward to a reply
What strength do you mix it for cleaning walls and ceilings?
What is the difference between this vinegar and the ordinary cooking vinegar?.
Is it the acetic acid strength of the liquid???
You need to find the MSDS to see the differences, recently I brought a 2L bottle of Vit-A Clean Cleaning Vinegar made by RIVANA Food Products from Masters at St-Mary, with no information about the content. Called the company and Roslyn (a nice person) sent me the MSDS and I found it is the same vinegar sold at Coles and Woolies. 3% to 4% Acetic Acid and 97% to 96% water. We do not have good regulators so the manufacturer could easily fool customers. Roslyn told me that they have another product 10% Acetic Acid but that is only available at 10 Litre Package for professional cleaners and considered as Hazardous Chemicals.
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