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Citric Acid 1 lb Pure for Bath Bombs Kosher Resealable Pouch USA Made Approved for Organic Foods USP Grade
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Halechem citric acid is 100% Pure with no fillers or anti-caking agents. It is approved for organic foods. The pouches include a tear-off tab and re-sealable zipper for your convenience.
Water Softening with Citric Acid
Citric acid’s properties as a weak organic acid make it a powerful water softener. It works by breaking down the trace amounts of metal found in water, making it an ideal all-natural choice for treating hard water.
Household Cleaner Made with Citric Acid
Many all-natural household cleaners, such as kitchen and bathroom sprays, contain a small percentage of citric acid to help clean hard water stains and kitchen messes. The citrusy smell of the acid is pleasant, so it works well as both a cleaner and a deodorizer. A common household use of lemon juice is to use it to clean hard water and mineral deposits from shower doors, sinks and toilets.
Bath Bombs Using Citric Acid
You can make your own bath bombs—fizzy, effervescent bath soap/salt—by using citric acid. The citric acid is completely safe to use in the bathtub. The “Alka Seltzer-like” fizzy effect is caused by the citric acid reacting with the water and other ingredients of the bomb, such as baking soda, witch hazel and fragrances.
Carpet Cleaning with Citric Acid
Applying a 10 percent pharmaceutical-grade citric acid to discolored carpeting can help to remove stains, according to the CarpetBuyersHandbook. In fact, many carpet cleaning companies use this very solution for cleaning carpets in homes and businessees.
Citric Acid as a Food Additive
Citric acid can be found in many different processed foods and soft drinks. It is an effective organic preservative that can be found on food/drink labels as “E330.” Citric acid also has a pleasant citrus flavor that works well in soft drinks.
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Not only is this is full lb of fresh citric acid its also organic! I do home canning so a little citric acid helps your fruit hold its color. I did receive a discount on the price of this product but I would buy this anyway for my bath bombs. You can never have enough citric acid on hand! I have added a photo of the product you will receive as well as a picture of how amazing your bath bombs can look when incorporating citric acid into them. Get ready for a wonderful and fizzy bath experience!
Here is a bath bomb recipe to start you off!
Bath Bombs Recipe
8 oz. of baking soda
4 oz. of citric acid
6 oz. of corn starch or tapioca starch
1 tbsp -2 tbsp melted Shea Butter
Bath bomb Colorant
Few drops essential oil or fragrance oil of your choice
Witch Hazel in a spray bottle
Bath Bomb mold or other mold of your choice
Extras like cupcake sprinkles ect
Add the first 3 ingredients together in a bowl then add the color and the scented oil and mix thoroughly. Slowly add the Shea butter a little at a time while mixing with your hands until slightly moist.
. Spritz the powder mixture with witch hazel until the mixture clumps slightly when squished with hands, Now you must work fast to press the mixture into the molds. They wont be perfect all the time. Allow them to dry for a day until hard and they are ready to use. :)
I poured three quarters of a cup in the toilet and let it sit all night and my toilets have never been so clean. Then I added the citric acid for bleaching power to my homemade cleanser scrub. While it was already a great cleanser, the citric acid was just the extra oomph to provide an even more extraordinary clean. My metal and glass cookware have never been so clean. I also added it to my eco-friendly DIY multi-purpose cleaner and my counters, windows and stainless have such a wonderful clean. It really cuts the grease. But where I was floored was when I used it in the shower.
I have a mostly glass shower with tile, grout and a plastic drain pan. The drain pan has a pattern of little round circles that provide a non-slip texture. I never have been able to get this pan completely clean, no matter how much scrubbing I did. I used all kinds of nasty chemical products along with a variety of different scrubbing implements like sponges and eraser pads. It still always looked dirty to me.The pan also had some staining that never came out.
I scrubbed the tiles,grout and glass with my homemade cleanser and was amazed at the how easy it was to clean the soap scum and water marks off the surfaces. The water just rolled off it sheets. Can clean be beautiful?
The pan needed some extra help. I put the citric acid on it directly and scrubbed it in and left it on for about an hour. After I rinsed it all off and it looked like a brand new pan. I am amazed at the cleaning power of citric acid. The grout in spots also needed a bit more help so I did the same with it and it also came out amazingly clean.
My homemade cleanser is a quarter cup of baking soda, a quarter cup of diatomaceous earth and 2 tablespoons of citric acid. I highly recommend citric acid for a greener eco-friendly cleanser for kitchens and bathrooms.
My next plan is to try it in the wash instead of bleach.