Our conventional White Vinegar is made from sugar cane and comes in either Full Strength (standard) 5%, or Double Strength 9.9% acetic acid level. It is raw and unfiltered, preserving all the natural goodness for you to enjoy.
While White Vinegar may not be great to drink it has loads of different everyday uses, whether it is for personal care, animals, in cooking or cleaning.
Goulter’s Conventional White Vinegar is available in 5lt and 20lt containers.
Personal care with Goulter’s White Vinegar
There are many great uses for White Vinegar, including combating itchy mosquito bits and keeping your mouth healthy.
Stop itchy mosquito bites by dabbing a cotton ball soaked in white vinegar on any other insect sting. Not only will it stop the itching, it’ll also help disinfect the area so that they heal faster.
Whiten your teeth by brushing your teeth once a week with White Vinegar. Simply dip your toothbrush into the vinegar and brush thoroughly – and don’t forget to rinse thoroughly afterwards! Get rid of bad breath with a mouthwash made of White Vinegar and a few drops of peppermint essential oil to combat the taste of the vinegar.
Before putting on nail polish, wipe your nails with a cotton ball soaked in White Vinegar before using nail polish – the clean surface will help your nail polish last longer.
Or how about using White Vinegar as a soak to create super soft skin? Run a warm bath and add half a cup of vinegar plus a few drops of essential oil (we love lavender as it’s so relaxing!). The vinegar will remove dead skin leaving your body feeling soft and smooth.
Other uses for White Vinegar
Clean and freshen anything from your microwave to cups stained by coffee or tea, even a smelly rubbish bin or dirty toilet by creating a solution of half water and half vinegar with a couple of drops of lemon essential oil. It disinfects and makes cleaning a breeze.
Get rid of weeds by spraying them generously with White Vinegar (or check out our all natural vinegar weed control product WeedX). White vinegar is also great for keeping cut flowers fresh for longer – add 2 tbs of White Vinegar and 1tsp sugar to a litre of water in your vase.
Finally, White Vinegar helps maintain colour. Add it to braised red cabbage about 10mins before you’re done cooking to maintain a beautiful bright colour. Or soak new coloured clothes in White Vinegar for a couple of minutes before washing them to avoid colours running.