Citric Acid Anhydrous Food Grade
Most people are amazed at the uses of Citric Acid, it is used in such diverse situations as cookery to dissolving rust, below are just a few of its many uses.
Commonly used in the making of Bath Bombs
As a food additive, citric acid is used as a flavouring and preservative in both food and beverages.
Citric Acid is the most commonly used preservative in the world.
Citric acid is commonly employed in wine production as a substitute or improver where fruits containing little or no natural acidity are used. It is also used by home brewers to modify the water supply.
Citric acid can be used in food coloring to balance the pH level of the normally basic dye.
In addition to removing stains from carpets, citric acid can be used to remove stains from upholstery and material also. The acid dissolves organic components in the stains, making them easy to remove with scrubbing or washing. Rust and mineral stains can also be removed in this manner since citric acid can break down oxidation stains and mineral buildup.
Citric Acid is also an excellent kettle descaler.
The list goes on, it is a very versatile product