30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 1 Gallon

$29.99

Tired of using bleach and ammonia for cleaning? Try using 30% Vinegar, which is derived from corn. With 30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor from Green Gobbler, you can effectively clean carpet stains, wipe down appliances, polish chrome fixtures, and so much more.

Whether you want a powerful indoor or outdoor cleaner, you can trust Green Gobbler 30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor to get the job done. One bottle of vinegar can replace a whole cabinet’s worth of various cleaning products. Not only will you feel better about what you’re using around your home, but you will also see great results.

  • AMAZINGLY MULTI-PURPOSE — Use vinegar in your home and outdoors. Clean carpet stains, furniture, car seats, chrome, laundry, appliances, & more!
  • STRONGER THAN REGULAR WHITE VINEGAR — 6x more concentrated than traditional 5% white vinegar. Use with discretion, product should be diluted with water to create a gentler formula.
30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 1 Gallon
30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 1 Gallon 30% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 1 Gallon

Use with caution: Mix with water to create a gentler solution for everyday cleaning and stain removal. 30% vinegar is six times stronger than regular white vinegar (5%).

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