Why do we use vinegar and vinegar-based cleaners?
I was just reading an article about how vinegar and citric acid are used to clean carpets.
It mentioned that you could get them from Amazon or Home Depot and I was intrigued.
I had heard that there was a lot of debate about whether or not they were safe.
I decided to do some research on this and found that they were.
The good news is that vinegar and other types of cleaners are no longer dangerous, but they do have a slightly different chemical makeup and do not have the same protection that vinegar has.
Here’s why you should think about vinegar-carpet cleaners before you buy them.
It doesn’t kill bacteria It is not true that vinegar will kill bacteria.
This is because the vinegar doesn’t actually kill the bacteria.
It isn’t effective for a long time It has been suggested that vinegar is more effective for up to two years and is effective at removing stains and odors.
It won’t stop bacteria from growing It is actually quite possible to use vinegar as a detergent for bacteria growth.
In fact, one study suggested that it can actually inhibit the growth of certain bacteria.
But as I mentioned above, vinegar does not kill bacteria and it won’t actually make your carpet smell bad.
It can be very expensive So it is possible to find vinegar-covered carpets at the grocery store, but it is usually quite expensive.
It’s not a quick cleaning solution It can take up to 24 hours to clean a carpet, so if you plan to use it frequently it may be a little expensive.