Gold star white vinegar 17p for 575ml bottle at Co Op - HotUKDeals
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Found in my local Co-op marked down on the shelf. Assistant wasn't sure if it was national or not. This is the same stuff a lot of the local chip shops sell. It might not be to everyone's taste though
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#1
Very Hot. thanks! Do you know what acidity % it is?
#2
I'm holding out for 15p, cold
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knowitall5
Very Hot. thanks! Do you know what acidity % it is?

it's actually non brewed condiment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-brewed_condiment not vinegar but it doesn't say anything about percentages on the bottle
2 Likes #4
Great for cleaning
1 Like #5
Bargain, thanks for posting :)
1 Like #6
This is perfect for cleaning stubborn stains also use bicarb for cleaning too
#7
excellent! thanks I always have this in stock it's useful for so many things :D
#8
Great price.
#9
I use white vinegar for cleaning and descaling the coffee machine, kettle etc. This is a great price as the cheapest in Tesco, Sainsburys etc is now 44p a bottle.
#10
Sounds good for the kettle. Is it smelly like malt vinegar?
#11
13norfolk
Sounds good for the kettle. Is it smelly like malt vinegar?

No, and a quick rinse and the smell is gone.
2 Likes #12
Never purchase window cleaning sprays - just use white vinegar and newspaper.
#13
Thanks for the information.
#14
Awesome!!!
#15
Is non-brewed condiment the same as vinegar for cleaning purposes? I presumed not.....
#16
stinkybeard
Never purchase window cleaning sprays - just use white vinegar and newspaper.
If I can’t find a newspaper, will the Metro do?
#17
Good price for fridge cleaner.
#18
unleashthehairybeast
knowitall5
Very Hot. thanks! Do you know what acidity % it is?

it's actually non brewed condiment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-brewed_condiment not vinegar but it doesn't say anything about percentages on the bottle
Now "vinegar" is another thing I'm going to start studying the label of before buying!

All wrong - it's for poaching eggs :)
Hot. Thanks!
#19
Excellent for cleaning grout on your tiled kitchen floor,heat added...
#20
Has anyone else found this in store? I got another 3 bottles tonight at the same store, expiry date is June 2017

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