What is the purpose of the vinegar in making glue?
There is no glue I've ever heard of that uses vinegar .
Asked in Global Warming, Chemistry, Pollution
Is vinegar harmful to the environment?
Vinegar is a very dilute form of acetic acid. In quantities and dilutions found in the home, vinegar is not harmful, nor is it flammable. Vinegar has many healthy and beneficial uses. Highly concentrated acetic acid is corrosive and flammable. ...
Asked in Garden Weeds, Vinegar, Orange Juice
What is the recipe for killing weeds using orange juice and vinegar?
The recipe that uses orange juice and vinegar to kill weeds involves a 10 percent vinegar solution (with water, no need for orange juice). ...
Asked in Baking, Apple Cider Vinegar
What is the best substitute for apple cider vinegar when baking vegan?
Apple cider vinegar is a vegan product as it uses no ingredients that originate with animals. However, when necessary, another vinegar such as rice vinegar could be used, as could any red wine or simple apple juice combined with a tablespoon or two of white vinegar. ...
Asked in Balsamic Vinegar
What are some different uses for balsamic vinegar?
Balsamic vinegar is usually used during cooking - especially in the Mediterranean kitchen, for example Italian. Some examples for recipes where balsamic vinegar is used include salad dressings, dips and sauces. ...
What is the major use for vinegar?
The major use for vinegar, both domestically and commercially is for pickling; that is, preserving foods by storing foods in vinegar. Pickling is also known as brining, or corning. In Japanese food, vinegar made from rice - rice vinegar - is a major ingredient in making sushi rice Vinegar is also used as a condiment, and as an ingredient in condiments such as salad and other food dressings and sauces such as mint sauce. There are many other uses for vinegar in cooking, and...
Asked in Garden Weeds, Pest Control, Vinegar
Does malt vinegar kill weeds?
No, malt vinegar does not kill weeds. The vinegar in question is the result of fermented barley malt and cereal grains. It best is used as a condiment, particularly on fish and chips, whereas white distilled vinegar from fermented distilled alcohol includes weed-killing among its many indoor and outdoor uses. ...
What is a dependent variable in a experiment that uses vinegar ang baking soda to blow up a balloon?
depends on your hypothesis
Asked in Food Science
How much salt do you need for a bounce egg?
Actually you could use vinegar. Just put the egg, not boiled/cooked, in a container with vinegar and wait until the vinegar uses diffusion to remove the shell from the egg. Definitions: Diffsion: act of diffusing; state of being diffused. ...
Asked in Vinegar
What can vinegar be used for?
Uses for vinegar: · Kills grass and weeds on walkway, pour (full strength) · Eliminates animal urine stains from the carpet by mixing equal parts vinegar and water · Deter ants (spray around doors) · Remove skunk odour from a dog (full strength) · Polish car chrome (full strength) · Soothes a bee sting · Relieve itching of mosquito or other biting bugs (full strength) · Relieves sunburn - several applications may be needed · Deodorize drains (full strength) · Unclog drain (add baking soda and ½...