So this thread is real old.... I left 3 containers of white vinegar in a sm
ooth paved garage over winter. Non of them busted that I could see but the
vinegar must have leaked because the concrete has lightened in color and t
here are hundreds of small holes where it has begun to break down the concr
ete. (Only where the bottles were) The question I guess would remain... How
much vinegar and how long. Vinegar does in fact ruin concrete, use at own
On Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 7:47:37 PM UTC+1, G Mulcaster wrote:
oh DEAR , YOU all need to be sure of your chemistry before you go gabbling
with scanty knowledge . The words STRONG and WEAK have specific meanings in
chemistry which are not the same meanings as in everyday use. Really don't
understand the bit about" organic" CIDER vinegar nor being acidic . I woul
d bet money that it is ! ( retired college chemistry lecturer (
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