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What is stronger rubbing alcohol vinegar or peanut butter?

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Alcohol vinegar.

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Removing stickers from things can be frustrating and time consuming. Some of the ways you can remove sticker residue is to use olive or canola oil, vinegar, rubbing alcohol, and even peanut butter. There are also commercial products such as Goo Gone.

no , because the peanut butter is so thick that it cant dissolve unless hot .the vinegar doesn't have the right particles

Every kind of vinegar contains a very small quantity of alcohol, industrial vinegar makers use an accelerated oxygenation process that converts almost all the alcohol in the wine into acetic acid in less than 24 hours.If you make your own white wine vinegar, and you use it soon after adding a complement of white wine, it may contain a bit more alcohol, as the traditional process takes about 3 weeks to complete.Since the 80s, French vinegars are regulated as below:- Vinegar not from wine (cider, alcohol): less than 0.5% of alcohol- Vinegar from wine: less than 1.5% of alcohol- Vinegar from fortified wine (Banyuls): less than 3% of alcoholSince the early 1900s and until the 80s, French red wine vinegar was mandated to contain at least 6% of alcohol, as a way to use the overproduction of wine.The US FDA does not regulate the amount of alcohol in vinegar, only the minimum amount of acetic acid (4%.)White wine vinegar has a very limited use anyway, like for a beurre blanc (a butter sauce for fish) or some recipes to bake fish. In both cases, it is cooked and all the traces of alcohol are the first to evaporate.For a traditional French dressing (vinaigrette), only aged red wine vinegar should be used. Industrial vinegar is much too acidic, overpowering and one-note.Every kind of vinegar contains a very small quantity of alcohol, industrial vinegar makers use an accelerated oxygenation process that converts almost all the alcohol in the wine into acetic acid in less than 24 hours.If you make your own white wine vinegar, and you use it soon after adding a complement of white wine, it may contain a bit more alcohol, as the traditional process takes about 3 weeks to complete.Since the 80s, French vinegars are regulated as below:- Vinegar not from wine (cider, alcohol): less than 0.5% of alcohol- Vinegar from wine: less than 1.5% of alcohol- Vinegar from fortified wine (Banyuls): less than 3% of alcoholSince the early 1900s and until the 80s, French red wine vinegar was mandated to contain at least 6% of alcohol, as a way to use the overproduction of wine.The US FDA does not regulate the amount of alcohol in vinegar, only the minimum amount of acetic acid (4%.)White wine vinegar has a very limited use anyway, like for a beurre blanc (a butter sauce for fish) or some recipes to bake fish. In both cases, it is cooked and all the traces of alcohol are the first to evaporate.For a traditional French dressing (vinaigrette), only aged red wine vinegar should be used. Industrial vinegar is much too acidic, overpowering and one-note.

You may remove sap from clothing by using rubbing alcohol and a soft cloth to rub it off. You can also use hand sanitizer or peanut butter.

There are several things that you can do to remove gum from clothing. The most popular ways are freezing, rubbing alcohol on the gum, submerging the clothing in hot water, and spreading peanut butter on it.

The rubbing in method is used in making shortcut pastry. It involves incorporating flour and butter or margarine and rubbing them in between the tips of the fingers, to form fine breadcrumbs.

I doubt it. Instead of vinegar, I know that peanut butter gets gum out of hair. Smear some peanut butter on the gum and gently wash it out. It works!

you can use rubbing alcohol, or you could mix table salt with butter and rub it onto the bruised area. this keeps the skin protected from discoloration and keeps the lump down to a minimum.

Often soap and water is not enough to get pine sap off your hands. Try rubbing your hands with oil or butter first, to loosen the sap. Then follow with warm water and dish soap. Rubbing alcohol also works but be sure to moisturize your hands after, it can be very drying.

Regular milk mixed with a little vinegar. About 1 tsp vinegar to one cup of milk.

milk , yogurt , cheese ,, bread , butter , coffee , soya sauce , pickles , vinegar ,butter milk ,

Vinegar, whole milk, (I cant believe its not butter) butter, and a little peper for flovoring. GLAD I COULD HELP!!

RUBBING ALCOHOL (Isopropyl alcohol) Forget about the peanut butter, mayonnaise, butter, and the like unless you just want to make a mess. You need a solvent that will actually dissolve the sap. Yes, you can use WD-40, gasoline, paint thinner, kerosene, and a million other oil based solvents, but then you have an even more dangerous mess to deal with. --->> Here is the easiest solution. RUBBING ALCOHOL (Isopropyl alcohol). (1) I got some sap from a new deck on my shirt. (2) I took the contaminated spot and put it in a small bowl. (3) I then filled the bowl with enough rubbing alcohol to just cover the sap. I used the stronger 91% (also available at any store) stuff as opposed to the normal 70% because that is what I had in my bathroom, but it worked so well, I have no doubt that the 70% stuff would work equally well. (4) After about 30 minutes I went back and took my short out of the bowl, and I couldn't even find the spot. It was completely dissolved. (5) I just rinsed off the water-based alcohol and the shirt was as good as new. No toxic mess. No oil stain on my clothes. I don't smell like a peanut butter sandwich. I am not explosive from an oil based solvent. Problem solved.

You don't use your palm to do the rubbing in method. You use your fingers only. This is because you are generally rubbing in something like butter or margerine until it resembles breadcrumbs, and you don't want the butter/margerine to melt. Your palm is the hottest part of your hand, so it will melt the butter, but your fingers won't melt it as fast, because they are colder. This is why you only use your fingers to rub in and not your palm - if your palms are clean, you are cooking well. Hope I helped. :)

peanut butter i know its gross but it works Rubbing the hair with an ice cube will work as well and not make as much of a mess as peanut butter.

No but peanut butter can! I know you might think its gross but you have to silly!:)

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No it does not. (I tried it!) Use peanut butter or baby oil.

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