No vinegar can not kill you.
No, antibiotics DO NOT kill viruses.
White vinegar will kill algae and moss
Drinking vinegar will not kill you.
Viruses kill bacteria. There are no known types of bacteria that can kill any type of virus. Most antibiotics can not kill viruses, they must run their course.
They kill bacteria. They do not kill viruses.
Antibodies within the body fight both bacteria and viruses. Antibiotics kill bacteria and not viruses. Antibiotics do not fight viruses because viruses are not alive.
Yes, vinegar DOES kill many bacteria and viruses, including many very dangerous ones that can be in food such as E. Coli O157:H7. It is probably good to use in the kitchen and other places that you may be worried about harsher chemicals like bleach getting into food.
Coconut oil does not kill viruses.
because antibiotics Kill BACTERIA only and cant kill viruses. Viruses are different pathogens.
Yes, vinegar kills aphids even though it will also kill your plant.
yes vinegar kills germs
No, vinegar will kill plants.
Vinegar will eventually kill a plant as it is slightly acidic. I would however depend on the size of the plant and the amount of vinegar used.
Vinegar does kill dust mites. Mixing a bowl of water with vinegar will help get rid of problem dust mites.
white wine vinegar can kill warts yes but it may take longer than apple cider vinegar
Vinegar will kill a wasp nest by burning the wasp and their eggs. To kill the wasp and the nest instantly mix vinegar, soap, and water to be sprayed onto the nest.
Vinegar alone will not kill yellow jackets but if you mix it with other ingredients it will kill them. You will need to mix vinegar with water and liquid dish soap.
Direct sunlight kills viruses.
Antibiotics do not kill viruses.That is why we do not get medicine for the flu.
Vinegar can kill bacteria on solid surfaces. However, you would have to saturate the beef in vinegar to make sure it was killed.
No, vinegar will not actually kill mosquitoes. However, it will keep mosquitoes away. This is because mosquitoes are not attracted to the vinegar smell, therefore, they are deterred.
Anitbiotics cannot kill viruses, because viruses are not alive to begin with. Viruses cannot reproduce on their own, so they are not classified as living organisms, and you can't kill something that isn't alive.