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The Wonders of Vinegar

Vinegar is not only for cooking. I am sure you have heard of distilled vinegar being used in the kitchen for multiple purposes. I am going to explain a few of them now. If you have a nasty smelling drain combine 1 cup baking soda and one cup of hot distilled vinegar down your drain. […]

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Understanding Surfactants

Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension of liquids. Basically when it comes to using a chemical like a Degreaser, surfactants are the molecules in the chemical. They are designed to separate and lift heavily soiled surfaces, like a greasy kitchen floor. You can mop your kitchen floor all day long with water but […]

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Why pH Balance’s Matter

pH is how you measure acidity and alkalinity of a solution. Basically if a cleaning solution you are using has a low pH number then it has a higher concentration of acidity in it. If the pH value of a chemical you are using has a higher number then it has a higher alkalinity to it. […]

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