for cooking, for soaking, and FOR CLEANING
Fresh, Clean, Safe, I use it for everything.
I rinse off salad greens, I put a bit in the pot when soaking my bones for broth, spritz some on for Bug Spray, and I clean everything in the house with it.
I fill a spray bottle and use it freely on the following:
- Stove top
I don’t need to buy toilet bowl, counter, bathroom, floor, or window cleaners.I don’t need to spend the money on them or worry about the safety and storage of all these other dangerous products.
The other cleaners are skin, eye, and lung irritants.
More Than 7 Million Accidental Poisonings Occur Each Yearhttp://www.associatedcontent.com/article/25149/how_dangerous_are_ho...
By Kathy Browning
“We live in a society which exposes us to toxic chemicals daily and we are led to believe
that if a product sits on a shelf at the store, then it must be safe. This is wrong, wrong, wrong. Don't become a victim or a statistic. These chemicals kill. They destroy our immune system, cause cancer, exacerbate asthma & lung disease, and pollute the air and our environment.”
-Vinegar kills germs.Vinegar Kills Bacteria, Mold and Germshttp://www.care2.com/greenliving/vinegar-kills-bacteria-mold-germs....
By Annie B. Bond
“…numerous studies to show that a straight 5 percent solution of vinegar—the kind you can
buy in the supermarket—kills 99 percent of bacteria, 82 percent of mold, and 80
percent of germs (viruses).”
full strength (out of the bottle), dilute, or scent with oils. Add with baking soda for scrubbing and you
don’t need anything more. It is still a strong and powerful cleaner so please protect your skin and use in a well ventilated area to be safe.
For more uses and tips check out http://www.versatilevinegar.org/usesandtips.html