White CLEANING Vinegar
White CLEANING Vinegar
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White CLEANING Vinegar

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Traditional white vinegar has many uses, including, being used as a rinse aid, to clean glass. brighten small appliances, clean your kitchen, keep laundry soft and freshen up after pets.

This product is not an edible vinegar.  Comes in a pre-filled container* of your choice

Great to use on glass, floors, *work surfaces, bathrooms etc.

*Vinegar is acidic - do not use on natural stone (e.g. granite, marble or quartz), unsealed grout or waxed surfaces.  Test on an out of sight area before use.  Dilute if you've got any worries and we recommend you wear gloves.

Optional spray head sold separately - go to GREEN TOOLS

*Returnable amber glass bottle includes a £1 deposit which is credited to your customer account on return.  Simply leave your empty bottle out for collection on your next delivery.

Product Features

  • Powerful on dirt, grime and grease.
  • Uses include rinse aid, glass cleaner, limescale remover, multi-surface cleaner, laundry softener, stain remover and pet odour remover.
  • Eco-Friendly and Readily Biodegradable.
  • Unscented
  • Vegan, Cruelty-Free and British Made.
  • Free from: VOC’s, chlorine bleaches, solvents, lanoline, sulphates, parabens and phosphates
  • Safe for septic tanks if used as directed.
  • Effective in both hard and soft water.
  • Bulk refills collected, cleaned and refilled.
  • Made in Yorkshire, UK

Instructions for Use

Ideal for natural household cleaning.  See Recipes for uses.

Spray directly onto the surface and wipe clean.

This product is not edible vinegar + do not use on stone, marble or granite surfaces.

Areas of Usage

Dishwasher, windows, mirrors, toilet, urinal, bidet, work surfaces, kitchen, bathroom, washing machine, carpets


Aqua**, 5% Acetic Acid**Denotes plant or mineral origin. **Water from The Yorkshire Moors.