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Pack of 4 Golden Swan White Vinegar (5 Litres each) - £13.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon
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Pack of 4 Golden Swan White Vinegar (5 Litres each) - £13.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 9th Jul 2020

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I was looking for White Vinegar for driveway cleanup and as usual had a brief look at HUKD and found this expired thread for white vinegar. It was out of stock until yesterday but now it is back in stock.

(Sharing it again but credit goes to original poster)


*** Seems to be a very good value for money ***

Below is the description

The Best-Selling White Vinegar Brand on Amazon.

Produced in the UK, Golden Swan White Vinegar 4x5ltr is particularly effective in getting rid of Garden Weeds, Odours, Limescales to name a few whilst having none of the side effects which are normally associated with cleaning products since it leaves NO nasty toxic chemicals and fumes behind.

Furthermore, Golden Swan White Vinegar can be used as a fabric softener when it comes to laundry. Not only does it achieve that 'Whiter than White' look but also causing no adverse damage to your washing devices.

Golden Swan White Vinegar comes in 4x5ltr pack (20 litres in total) and is delivered to your door quickly and safely by the ever efficient Amazon own logistical team ensuring that you can start enjoying our White Vinegar no time!
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For cleaning, descaling or killing weeds, I much prefer citric acid to vinegar. It comes as powder so you make up your own solution - you can make it stronger than vinegar if you want. Plus, it's a lot smaller to store (and transport, if you care about that) and doesn't smell.

20g of citric acid will make around half a litre of solution equivalent to vinegar, so you'd need 800g of citric acid to make 20L. You can buy 2kg of it on Amazon for less than £6.

dri-pak.co.uk/mak…te/ Read the comments for different uses including fabric softener (DriPak sells both vinegar and citric acid).
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Good stuff - have bought this a few time for a variety of home cleaning tasks (as well as use in place of fabric conditioner).
Good stuff, I've bought this before too. Use it for cleaning and occasionally cooking.
70p ltr is good Tesco is cheap at 80p 5%acidity

I think this is higher acidity based on the energy/100ml being 53kj compared to 36kj for tesco.
Bought it last time to kill weeds, worked really well but doesn't stop them coming back I've learned
I bought this a few few years ago, I am nearly sure it was 5x 5Ltr for £12.99 delivered. Still not a bad price. I used it to remove rust from a log burner and It did a great job after covering it up to half way for two days each time, as it was a large item. I think I will order some now at this price, thanks for sharing.
getmore4less09/07/2020 13:08

70p ltr is good Tesco is cheap at 80p 5%acidity I think this is higher …70p ltr is good Tesco is cheap at 80p 5%acidity I think this is higher acidity based on the energy/100ml being 53kj compared to 36kj for tesco.



Good to know.
Which product is that? Is distilled vinegar the same thing?

I am only looking to use for cleaning inside the washing machine (in concert with soda crystals) to hopefully clean and clear out the areas around the element and waste pipes etc.
I use this to descale my Nespresso machine.

I run the vinegar through descale mode once, then twice with water.
Edited by: "hipko" 9th Jul
stek201009/07/2020 12:55

Good stuff - have bought this a few time for a variety of home cleaning …Good stuff - have bought this a few time for a variety of home cleaning tasks (as well as use in place of fabric conditioner).


didnt notice softness when i tried it. did you just fill to the max level in the drawer?
Bet you get a lovely aroma walking up all your drives! (good for the local chippy sales I guess - catch a whiff from your drive, then off there you go)
I use this as weed killer on my patio every 2/3 weeks, Iceland currently sell 5l bottles of malt vinegar for £2.79,, iceland.co.uk/p/c…tml
You can buy a 5L bottle of concentrate at my local Chinese supermarket for around £8. It's basically 40% acetic acid.

You mix 9pts water with 1pt concentrate, so £8 translates to less than £1 for 5L of the posted white vinegar
ahotukdeal09/07/2020 14:26

didnt notice softness when i tried it. did you just fill to the max level …didnt notice softness when i tried it. did you just fill to the max level in the drawer?


I use the cap of my last fabric conditioner bottle and just do a capful. I tend to add a few drops of essential oil if I want a long-term fresh smell but the vinegar does wonders for softness (takes a few washes on towels etc as the old chemicals wash away and the vinegar takes over).

Lots of tips/info on the MSE forums: forums.moneysavingexpert.com/dis…ner
Tried to buy this twice during lock down from Amazon (think it was the same price tbh), both times DPD never delivered. If you order I hope it turns up for you.
Edited by: "funkyferret84" 9th Jul
For cleaning, descaling or killing weeds, I much prefer citric acid to vinegar. It comes as powder so you make up your own solution - you can make it stronger than vinegar if you want. Plus, it's a lot smaller to store (and transport, if you care about that) and doesn't smell.

20g of citric acid will make around half a litre of solution equivalent to vinegar, so you'd need 800g of citric acid to make 20L. You can buy 2kg of it on Amazon for less than £6.

dri-pak.co.uk/mak…te/ Read the comments for different uses including fabric softener (DriPak sells both vinegar and citric acid).
Descaling coffee machine boilers lactic acid seems to be the recommended product by many manufacturers.
Yep I buy this at least once if not twice a year for all sorts of cleaning uses I regularly descale my kettle (leave a good inch in the kettle overnight and then boil fresh water two or three times) I also use it in my washing instead of softner it keeps things fresh especially uniform and regularly worn clothing and if I want a nice smell I add a cap of Zoflora and I also use it on windows and mirrors for a streak free clean
Thanks for posting OP, some good tips on the thread about various uses.....HOT
thank you
wizk109/07/2020 14:55

You can buy a 5L bottle of concentrate at my local Chinese supermarket for …You can buy a 5L bottle of concentrate at my local Chinese supermarket for around £8. It's basically 40% acetic acid.You mix 9pts water with 1pt concentrate, so £8 translates to less than £1 for 5L of the posted white vinegar


What's the supermarket called?
Strawberries00702/08/2020 19:32

What's the supermarket called?


Wing Yip, on Oldham rd, Manchester
Edited by: "wizk1" 2nd Aug
Small bump for my earlier question, is this is the same type of product as:
tesco.com/gro…314
groceries.asda.com/pro…241


So if I wanted to try a small amount to see if this works well in the washing machine, I could buy those smaller units, then buy this?
icstm02/08/2020 22:27

Small bump for my earlier question, is this is the same type of product …Small bump for my earlier question, is this is the same type of product as:https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/261781314https://groceries.asda.com/product/malt-vinegar/asda-distilled-malt-vinegar/19241So if I wanted to try a small amount to see if this works well in the washing machine, I could buy those smaller units, then buy this?


Yep, that's pretty much the same stuff.
wizk102/08/2020 19:45

Wing Yip, on Oldham rd, Manchester


Thanks.
icstm02/08/2020 22:27

Small bump for my earlier question, is this is the same type of product …Small bump for my earlier question, is this is the same type of product as:https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/261781314https://groceries.asda.com/product/malt-vinegar/asda-distilled-malt-vinegar/19241So if I wanted to try a small amount to see if this works well in the washing machine, I could buy those smaller units, then buy this?


Geeky minutia verdict is that these are all 5% as is the post. Cleaning vinegar I've learnt is 6%. That 1% more acetic acid actually make the composition 20% stronger than the 5% sold in most shops. You need ethnic shops for 6% in big jugs.
rachel_khan09/07/2020 17:53

For cleaning, descaling or killing weeds, I much prefer citric acid to …For cleaning, descaling or killing weeds, I much prefer citric acid to vinegar. It comes as powder so you make up your own solution - you can make it stronger than vinegar if you want. Plus, it's a lot smaller to store (and transport, if you care about that) and doesn't smell. 20g of citric acid will make around half a litre of solution equivalent to vinegar, so you'd need 800g of citric acid to make 20L. You can buy 2kg of it on Amazon for less than £6. https://www.dri-pak.co.uk/making-a-white-vinegar-substitute/ Read the comments for different uses including fabric softener (DriPak sells both vinegar and citric acid).


Thanks for great advice. Was looking to buy vinegar to kill weeds naturally but your suggestion seems much better. Please can you give a link to the 2Kg citric acid you recommend from Amazon.Thanks
AstalaVista24/08/2020 10:38

Thanks for great advice. Was looking to buy vinegar to kill weeds …Thanks for great advice. Was looking to buy vinegar to kill weeds naturally but your suggestion seems much better. Please can you give a link to the 2Kg citric acid you recommend from Amazon.Thanks


I don't have one in particular to recommend. The price I quoted was just a quick search on the day I commented; prices may have changed since. As long as it's 100% citric acid, it's all the same anyway so just choose the cheapest to try it out. It goes quite a long way so I'd suggest buying a smaller quantity and see how you go.
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