The thousand uses of vinegar.
For thousands of years, vinegar has been part of the gastronomy of humanity and it is believed that its use as a food preservative was discovered centuries ago at the beginning of the production of alcoholic beverages.

The rest is history. Today, apart from its use in the kitchen, vinegar is used in the preparation of cleaning and personal hygiene items in contrast to other products that may be of dubious health benefit.

“The cleaning power

Within its properties we find:


  • Disinfectant. Acetic acid is antimicrobial.
  • Economic.
  • Softener. To clean teapots, coffee makers, faucets, etc.
  • Desincrustant To clean pipes and dishwashers.
  • Degreaser
  • Brightener.
  • Eliminates rust. If the pure vinegar is left to act for 24 hours.

With the aforementioned are innumerable places where it can be used, in the kitchen, bathroom, floors, crockery, porcelain, glass cleaner and wherever you happen to try.

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