Frontier Natural Products, Citric Acid, 16 oz (453 g)
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A natural preservative and flavoring, citric acid is used in cooking and for making natural cleansers.
|Serving Size: 1/4 tsp (approx. 1 g)|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||0|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||1 g||0%|
|Dietary Fiber||0 g||0%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
We put a tablespoon in our dishwasher as we make up our own detergent. Citric acid makes our stainless steel shine and protects glassware from the highly alkaline/basic ingredients we use. 90% iso alcohol with as much citric acid as can be dissolved in makes up the rinse aid. A little citric acid on a damp cloth shines up dull stainless steel pots and pans. Also, this is the main ingredient in dishwasher cleaners. Manufacturer states this is from corn-derived dextrose. This is unlike citric acid that is from wheat-derived dextrose, made in China and exported all over the world. Some celiacs, such as myself, react to the minute amount of protein that remains in dextrose or maltodextrin based on wheat. This makes these potentially dangerous ingredients as the Asian types from wheat can be cheaper and American food and supplement companies sometimes choose them over the domestic corn-based products.
Who would suppose that a single supplement could help clear out kidney stones and clean your sink at the same time. Well, chemically the process is always the same- calcification, which you don't want in your kidney or in your sink...
Was Not 16oz
Posted by 5153473914451475247 on Apr 21, 2016
It was more like a cup and a half.
Great to clean with
Posted by Rena61 on Mar 06, 2016
I've recently discovered the helpfulness of using Citric Acid to clean my house with. So far, I have used it with a mixture of baking soda for my shower, sinks, and toilets. First I wet the surface with a spray bottle of white vinegar and water mix, then sprinkle the mixture of baking soda and citric acid. After the bubbling stops, I rub it down with a cloth, and rinse with hot water for a sparkling clean surface. However with the toilet bowl, I merely use a scrub brush, then flush.
Posted by 5404594578844202641 on Jan 06, 2015
Made bath bombs with this. Worked very well. Am getting more.
Tried this to make cat litter less stinky
Posted by Reviewer2589455 on Nov 16, 2014
I'm not sure if it works actually. My cat's litter box still stinks quite a bit. Also wish they sold in a bigger bag like 1kg.