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Ball Jar Citric Acid, 7.5-Ounce
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- Ball Citric Acid. Hardware Miscellaneous
- Manufacturer: JARDEN HOME BRANDS
- Manufacturer part number: 1440055000
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After reading the reviews (and also being familiar with the Ball Jar brand) I decided to go with this particular one. My first DIY project was making mozzarella cheese, and although it was my first time, I was shocked at how well the product worked. I followed a recipe from Epicurious, and I was really impressed with the results. My second project with the ball jar citric acid was an intense cleaning of my kitchen, as well as my dishes and again--I was really impressed with how well everything worked.
Now, here comes my one and only problem with this particular brand, the reason I had to give it four stars rather than five. I ran out of citric acid after only three different uses! I couldn't believe that it ran out so quickly. Because of this, when I ordered it a second time, I decided to go with a different brand, Citric Acid Powder - Ultra Fine Pure Powdered Crystals - Natural Preservative Food Grade Quality (16 oz). This particular brand worked in the exact same capacity, just as well for making rock candy and using the dishwasher, but it was a 1 lb bag in comparison to 7.5 ounces, and it lasted for months longer than the Ball Jar brand. If you order the Nature's Candy brand, it works exactly the same, but you'll save a ton of money by buying it in bulk. If you only need the citric acid for making cheese, and decide not to use it for all of its hundred other uses, then maybe go for the smaller version because you won't need as much.