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Citric Acid 1kg - 100% Pure Food Grade

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Windows – to clean dirty windows blend a tablespoon of Citric Acid with a litre of water. Pour into a spray bottle, spray, wipe and hey presto! BF1 BV1 Citrus DC1 DC2 DC3 DC6 DC9 DC10 DD1 DD3 DD4 DD5 DD8 DD10 DD12 DD13 DD14 DD16 De-stress Energise Floral Focus Herbal Salt Gift & Samplers Sleep Spicy Woody As a de-scaler – Use to remove mineral scale from washing machines, dishwashers, shower heads, even coffee makers. To descale the washing machine add a couple of scoops to hot water, no clothes, and run a full cycle. With the dishwasher, add it to your detergent and be amazed at the sparkle and shine of dishes and cutlery. Bathroom & Kitchen – Citric Acid is very effective when it comes to cleaning bathrooms. A solution of 10 parts water to 1 part Citric Acid to clean and disinfect the bathroom vanity, basin, shower recess and toilet. Less dilution for difficult areas. For a very grotty toilet add a cup of Citric Acid to the toilet bowl, let it sit over-night, give it a brush in the morning and be amazed at the result. To clean and disinfect kitchen benchtops, cupboards, and stove tops, use a similar solution of 10:1 as with bathrooms. If need be, reduce the dilution for difficult areas.

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A 1/2 teaspoon of powdered citric acid can be used for every quart of tomatoes. The citric acid powder can also be sprinkled over finished recipes such as guacamole or raw fruit such as apples, to maintain colour. Improved Cleaning – If you live in an area with hard water, then detergents cannot soap and sud properly. The minerals in hard water (usually calcium and magnesium) prevent detergent from soaping up and sudsing properly. Citric Acid binds those minerals, resulting in water which is now soft, allowing detergents to do their job. Often, when the water is soft less detergent is needed. For a lot number with a filling-code such as STBB0728K9, enter it as STBB0728 without the filling-code 'K9'. citric acid,citric acid, anhydrous,citro,anhydrous citric acid,citrate,aciletten,citretten,chemfill,hydrocerol a,1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid, 2-hydroxy Bath bombs – Bath bombs are a fun way to mineralise your body. A bath bomb would not be a Bath bomb without Citric Acid. The three main ingredients of Bath Bombs are Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate and Epsom Salt. When this combination is blended and added to hot water, the carbon dioxide in the Bicarb Soda reacts with the Citric Acid resulting in a wonderful bubbling, fizzing, effervescent sensation as you soak.

Citric acid is found naturally in citrus fruits, especially lemons and limes. It’s what gives them their tart, sour taste. Mix 1/2 banana, milk, 60g oat flour, 1/3 tsp vanilla extract, 1 tbs sorbitol syrup (Available on DirectChems),1/2 tsp sodium bicarbonate and 1/4 tsp citric acid Food Enhancer & Preservative – Citric Acid enhances flavour and preserves foods. Citric Acid is used in some beverages, conserves, jelly, frozen and canned foods. Citric Acid also breaks down proteins found in meats and makes meat tender – great for marination. As a clothes softener – If you usually use a water softener, or are in an area with hard water due to mineralisation (high in calcium and magnesium), then Citric Acid can be added to the laundry rinse in place of a commercial water softener. The amount will vary from situation to situation. If you are in an area with hard water more will be needed. Also more is needed for larger washes. A bit of experimentation is needed. Possibly start with adding a tablespoon and see how that goes and increase if need be.

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When producing cheese like ricotta or paneer, citric acid will allow a perfect balance of acidity without the need of additional flavours. Dissolve a 1/2 teaspoon citric acid in 2 tablespoons of water and use in place of lemon juice or vinegar. Apparently, up to 100 years ago bulk supplies of Citric Acid were still being produced from natural sources. Nowadays it is near impossible to find a natural supply in commercial quantities. We spent months searching the globe for a supplier and found none! Natural has been replaced with man-made, and has been for many decades. So, with no other option we too had to settle for a man-made Citric Acid. Of course, we ensured we sourced the very best available, one which is Food Grade and USP & BP Grade, so you can be sure you are buying the very best! The main ingredient is Citric Acid. Our premium quality product is perfect for some delicious, homemade elderflower cordial to start of your summer with family and friends. It's as easy as adding sugar, water, elderflower leaves and citric acid and give it a little mix! Pour mixture of citric and water to tap or create a solution in a bag and tie the solution over tap.Citric Acid can be found in commercial facial cream and lotions where it acts as an antioxidant, revitalising skin and balancing pH levels. Rich in Vitamin C and a powerful antioxidant, it enhances the production of collagen, potentially restoring both skin firmness and elasticity. It is also a proven skin exfoliator, removing dead skin cells. Common ingredient in laundry detergents, works as a fabric softener as it balances ph of laundry detergent. Citric acid is a weak, naturally-occurring, organic acid and an intermediate in the citric acid cycle. Available in various quantities, purities, and reagent grades, it is used as a flavoring, preservative, chelating agent, cosmetics and drug component, etc. Food Enhancer & Preservative – Citric Acid enhances flavour and preserves foods. Citric Acid is used in some beverages, conserves, jelly, frozen and canned foods. Citric Acid also breaks down proteins found in meats, and makes meat tender – great for marination.

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Add a tablespoon of citric acid to each dishwasher cycle to soften the water to remove spots from your dishes and make your glasses sparkle. Citric Acid has a multitude of uses such as a food enhancer and preservative, cosmetic use, cleaning and washing. Citric Acid Uses Make 250/ 1 jar of delicious jam with no pectin, perfect for toast and cakes. Add 450g of fresh raspberries to a pot and add 225g of sugar, 4g of citric acid and mix! Turn the heat on to medium for 40 mins and let it shimmer, make sure to stir every 10 mins. Let it cool and add to jar. Windows – to clean dirty windows, blend a tablespoon of Citric Acid with a litre of water. Pour into a spray bottle, spray, wipe and hey presto! In a novel process which allows controlling of the particle size during the synthesis of palladium cuboctahedrons.Citric acid can be used to clean stainless steel, copper, brass and dissolve rust on wrought iron, cast iron and steel. Cosmetic formulations – Citric Acid is often present in hair care products, for example, as an anti-dandruff agent in shampoos. Cosmetic formulations – Citric Acid is often present in hair care products as an anti-dandruff agent in shampoos. SOSA began life in 1967 as a family business producing traditional Catalan cakes. Over the years their focus on innovation and pushing the boundaries of food experiences has seen them evolve into the go-to place for foodies who want to do something different and add a bit of flair. Let your creativity run riot. Anticoagulant citrate dextrose solution A (ACD-A), which is employed during the isolation of blood-derived endothelial progenitor cells.

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Bath Bombs – Bath bombs are a fun way to mineralise your body. A Bath Bomb would not be a Bath Bomb without Citric Acid. The three main ingredients of Bath Bombs are Citric Acid, Sodium Bicarbonate and Epsom Salt. When this combination is blended and added to hot water, the carbon dioxide in the Bicarb Soda reacts with the Citric Acid resulting in a wonderful bubbling, fizzing, effervescent sensation as you soak. Use as asouring agent or acidifier where liquid acids, such as acetic or vinegar aren’t appropriate.Citric Acid is predominantly used as a flavouring and preserving agent — especially in soft drinks, sweets, jams and chutneys. The highest concentration of naturally occurring Citric Acid is found in lemons & limes, but is also present in other citrus fruits and strawberries. It is described as a weak organic acid and is a natural preservative found in living cells, both animal and plant. For a lot number with a filling-code such as 05427ES-021, enter it as 05427ES (without the filling-code '-021').

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