We have an insane number of frogs at our house. After researching online, I read citric acid would get rid of them. I can say it definitely works. I mixed it with water in a spray bottle and sprayed the areas that were very populated. I've seen a decrease in the frog population for sure.
I used this to make Mozzarella cheese it works well with no problems at all. Cheese taste wonderful and was easy to use.
The recipe I used didn’t come out just like the picture showed but I believe since this was my first time it was my mistake. I have found another recipe and will give that a try.
For my first time I found this to work great, even though it didn’t look like the picture it showed in the recipe it turned out wonderful and taste wonderful. I am very please and will reorder when I need to.
I've never bought citric acid before, so I have nothing to compare it to, but it seems like a fine product. And literally fine: about the same fineness as pickling salt, so it dissolves quickly. I got it primarily as a way to add some tartness to recipes without adding liquid. I also used it to remove built-up mineralization on the heating element in a room vaporizer. It helped, but was not entirely effective for this application. It probably would have worked better had I done this on a regular basis. Instead, I let it go for several seasons before cleaning. My bad. I guess I would maybe knock off a half star for the packaging. A jar would be preferable to the zip-lock bag. It's difficult to get those bags to seal perfectly. The product was perfectly 'granular' when I first opened the bag -- now after a couple of months, I have noticed a few clumps. But I'm probably being a bit nit-picky here...
My aquarium hoods, filter, etc. suffer from the ugly buildup of mineral residue from our water. Citric acid makes removing this buildup easy and because this is a natural food grade product, I don't need to worry that something harmful to my fish will remain after I rinse throughly. It also works well to clean faucets and fixtures in bathrooms and kitchen. Love it.
I thought that I would try making a toilet bomb cleaner and I purchased this product as a component of the bomb. Seems to work well, product was delivered on time, no damage to box. Put to use that night making the toilet bombs, seemed to need more liquid to make the bombs form and sit in the ice cube tray. The bombs did expand overnight, but were easy to remove and store in a container. Have used them in all three toilets in the house, seems to work not much of a big improvement may have to try WD-40 next time.
This is a very nicely packaged supply of food-grade citric acid, the chemical used in commercial products for descaling a coffee maker. The researched stuff I bought previously, and found the manufacturer's SDS (Safety Data Sheet) describes the product as containing between 20% and 30% citric acid. That means that I can mix up the same solution (25%) using 25 grams of Milliard Citric Acid in 100 ml of distilled water. I now have a lifetime's supply of descaling for about the same money that I used to spend on a single cleaning. Your mileage may vary, and your coffee pot's manufacturer may recommend a different concentration or a different chemical. Do some research. Buy this product!
Opened this today and used it for the first time to make fresh mozzarella. It curdled ok. I might use a touch more next time. I am satisfied with the product. If they asked me how it could be improved I would have two points. Firstly, there were a good number of clumps in the bag. Probably they could work on the humidity in the production process. No big deal they break up easily. Second is the packaging. The seal was super-close to the zip-lock. I had to use scissors and be really careful in order to get it open without hitting the zipper. The result is that there's very little loose bag to grab above the zipper so for the life of this product I'll have to fight it to get it open. I had to cut off a half inch that just went to waste. Minor but annoying.
ordered this product for a diy of bath bombs and i must say the package convenance is great because you can close it up again and its so versatile you can you it to make many things, but so far my bath bomb is the only thing i used it on, and fyi the powder does get in to the nose quite quickly nothing happened that was serious just sneezing but you might want to wear a mask if that would be an issue, other than that great product.
I had been reading a lot about homemade cleaning products and I finally got the “courage” to try. A website had recipes for dishwasher powder and toilet cleaner (powder as well). Acid citric was one of the main ingredients for both recipes. I got the milliard brand and made science right away. So far, the 4 loads of dishes came out clean and toilets are sparkling. I have just ordered a bigger bag of acid citric to make more cleaning products.