Citric Acid - 5 Pounds - Food Grade , Non-GMO, Organic, 100% Pure - Alpha Chemicals
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- Approved for use in organic foods and GMO-free
- Premium Food Grade Citric Acid
- Used to add sour flavor to candies and other foods
- Great for descaling dishwashers, coffee pots, water faucets, etc.
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Alpha Chemicals Brand Citric Acid is 100% Pure. It is approved for use in Organic Foods and is GMO-free. From Alpha Chemicals, you will receive a 5 lb resealable bag that is sealed for safety and freshness. It includes a tear-off tab for easy opening. Be sure to choose Alpha Chemicals when purchasing to get the quality and purity that you expect.
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Update- They refunded me $1.50 and said they will get their scales checked, So I am pretty satisfied and I am glad I helped bring this issue to their attention. This is what makes Amazon so great, people's reviews!
I had heard you could use coca cola to clean a toilet, The phosphoric acid is what works in coca cola, but it doesn't really have that much oomph, Then I though what about Mountain Dew or a Lemon Lime soda with a high citric/ascorbic acid content, might that not work better? Yeah, no, not really, So I researched citric acid and found not much out there, but I decided to buy some and try it anyway. I am into eco-friendly and make most of my own cleaning products. Holy moly, does this stuff clean.
First, do not judge me!! Living in California, in a drought, my toilets don't get flushed unless they really need it. You know yellow, let it mellow? Well, letting the yellow mellow caused brown scale in the neck that just wouldn't come clean even though I was cleaning them every few days. Citric acid dusted up under the rim, around the bowl, into the water and left for 45 minutes cleaned better than anything I have every used on toilets. While the scale did take another two cleanings to come completely off, it worked better than I expected. I bought a powder duster and use the citric acid everyday and boy I have gorgeous bowls, better than any commercial product I have used. Next tried it in the shower - citric acid cut the water marks and soap scum like nothing I have ever used. I was amazed and continue to be amazed at how well citric acid is to clean with and the fact it is eco-friendly is icing on the cake. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE.
After a fruitless search in area grocery stores, I was directed to a local Farming Goods store where I could buy a bottle of this stuff. I was thinking, if they didn't have it, I'd just get 40 lbs of fertilizer... but that wasn't they type of bath bomb I was wanting to make.
The small 7.5 oz bottle sitting in the canning section of said farming store was priced at $4.95 for 7.5 oz. Too, too much!
This 5 lb bag of Citric Acid is less than $.25/ounce. Good deal!
The package is strong, easy to tear open and easy to zip closed.
The bath bombs were a fizzy success!
I bought the 5lb bath and was happily suprised to see it come in lb containers which were sealed at the top with tape... Came in a timely manner, safe packaging, and works great for my bath bombs.... Thank you!!
I would recommend increasing the water to 1.25 liters and the citric acid by a small amount to improve the cleaning performance. Don't go crazy, but increase it a little bit. Also make sure you use hot water, and keep it enclosed when cleaning to retain heat.
Finally, wash your humidifier thoroughly when you are done cleaning.