What house-hold items have citric acid in them?
Citric acids are natural acids coming from lemons and other citrus fruits. They are most commonly found in cleaning substances.
Citric acid is commonly found in acidic foods, such as juices, as it is in lemons and oranges (and other citrus fruits). Also, allthough it is not as common, citric acid is a weak acid (not 100% dissociated) and therefore is can be used in household cleaninng products as it will not harm the human body or many surfaces.
Avoiding foods, drinks or household products that contain citric acid is no easy task. Citric acid is an organic acid that is used as a preservative and flavoring for food and drinks as well as in many household goods, such as shampoos, cleaners and laundry detergents. People suffering from a citric acid allergy must avoid these types of products. Though many drinks on the market contain citric acid, some are free from this weak organic…