20% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 5 Gallon

$129.99

Tired of using bleach and ammonia for cleaning? Try using 20% Vinegar, which is derived from corn. With 20% 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 20% 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 — 4x more concentrated than traditional 5% white vinegar. Use with discretion, product should be diluted with water to create a gentler formula.
  • PURE FORMULA — Made with corn, which is distilled into corn alcohol (ethanol). The mixture is then fermented and put through a filtration process to create vinegar. Contains no dyes or chemicals. Free of additives.
20% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 5 Gallon
20% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 5 Gallon 20% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 5 Gallon 20% Vinegar Home & Outdoor - 5 Gallon

Indoor Uses

  • Remove and deodorize carpet stains
  • Boost your laundry detergent
  • Clean the inside of your washer
  • Get rid of soap scum and limescale
  • Clean your microwave, oven, and refrigerator
  • Polish chrome, stainless steel, and metal
  • Clear out your drain (with baking soda)
  • Wipe down windows and mirrors
  • Clean your shower and bathtub (with baking soda and dish soap)
  • Remove hard water deposits in your showerhead
  • Remove and deodorize yellow underarm stains on shirts
  • Renew wood surfaces/Remove water rings (pair with orange oil)
  • Clean out your coffee maker

 

Outdoor Uses

  • Adjust the pH of soil
  • Brighten up masonry
  • Clean windshield wipers
  • Clean clay pots
  • Remove rust from garden tools
  • Clean off bird droppings
  • Wipe off patio furniture
  • Clean lawn mower blades
  • Clean your deck
  • Keep frost off your car’s windshield
  • Remove water spots from your boat hull
  • Clean your grill grate (pair with baking soda)

Use with caution. Mix with water to create a gentler solution for everyday cleaning and stain removal. 20% vinegar is four times stronger than regular white vinegar (5%).

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    Hate the gunk on your chrome fixtures? Using vinegar as a chrome cleaner is a great way to remove tarnish and mineral deposits from chrome surfaces. A small amount of vinegar can tackle tough stains on showerheads, towel bars, faucets, hinges, chrome trim, bumpers, pans — whatever chrome surface needs a good cleaning in your home.

    Here's what you need

    Grab some vinegar, some water and a scrubbing tool to easily wipe away the gunk from any chrome fixture.

    • Mix a 1:1 ratio of vinegar and water. Using equal parts water and vinegar for a solution should be effective but still gentle.
    • Use a soft sponge or cloth to wipe the surface. Avoid using anything with tough bristles or a scouring pad. Some brushs and pads can easily leave scratches on chrome. Sponges and cloths work perfectly fine. For hard to reach areas, try using an old soft-bristled toothbrush.
    • Add a little baking soda