Cleaning a board slightly oxydized ??

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Mon Jul 31 12:03:15 CDT 2017

On 07/31/2017 09:24 AM, Warner Losh via cctalk wrote:

> And there's often impurities in household vinegar, so you have to be
> a little careful which ones you use for cleaning. Balsamic Vinegar,
> not a good choice :). Though most of the white vinegars or
> concentrated vinegars work well enough for cleaning.

The stuff for cleaning (and making pickles) is usually identified as
"Distilled White Vinegar".

Citric acid, unlike acetic acid, occurs as a white crystalline powder,
which makes it convenient to store.   Just dissolve in the appropriate
volume of water for use (cleaning lime scale or making lemonade).


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