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Figgy & Co. cleaning vinegar is special! It’s double the strength of regular supermarket vinegar, which not only gives it more OOMPH! It also makes it more versatile because you can dilute it to all your cleaning needs.
Vinegar has long been used as a general purpose cleaning ally that softens, deodorises, shines and sanitises. Great to have on hand and use it in the same ways out grannies would have – after all it’s been trusted for generations
| MULTI-PURPOSE | ALL NATRUAL | NATRUALLY BREWED |
Available in 1L and 5L bottles
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You'll find lots of uses for this cleaning vinegar in your home keeping routine. White vinegar deodorises, shines and sanitises. This makes it a really great swap out for ditching multiple toxic cleaners at once. Use it for surface cleaning, in your dishwasher as a rinse aid, or in your laundry as a fabric softener.
And Figgy vinegar has another trick! It's double strength and traditionally brewed here in NZ, making it local, concentrated and more versatile than most! We choose naturally brew vinegar over the cheap stuff because brewing and distilling is the traditional way of making vinegar, where a sugar is brewed to an alcohol, which is in turn fermented to a vinegar. The alternative is a laboratory made acetic acid which is synthesized from petro-chems. Yuck!
Available in 1L and bulk 5L size
Figgy & Co Strong white vinegar is food grade and made from naturally brewed NZ vinegar and contains 9.9% acetic acid.
Free from petrochemicals and additives
Can be used neat or diluted. Vinegar will deodorise as it dries, leaving the smell of clean (not pickles). Avoid using on grout and natural stone as overtime pitting may occur.
For a general purpose disinfecting spray: add 3000ml vinegar to 150ml water, spray and wipe. Leave for 30 minutes before wiping to really target germs.
For glass, stainless steel, and mirrors: Dilute with equal parts water in a trigger bottle, spray then buff to a shine.
Dishwasher rinse aid: Dilute with equal parts water and add to your dispenser.
Fabric softener and odour eater: Add 1/4 – 1/2 cup undiluted to your washing machine’s rinse cycle.
Water spots and mineral build up on shower glass: spray neat onto glass, wait 30 minutes then scrub.
Check out this blog for more ideas on how to use vinegar in your cleaning routine
Depending on what you are cleaning, you may want to dilute the strength of this vinegar.
Supermarket vinegar is typically 4% in strength, making Figgy vinegar at 9.9% – 2.5 x as concentrated. To demonstrate the value of Figgy vinegar, if you took 1L of Figgy vinegar and diluted it with another 1.4L of water (total 2.4L) you would have vinegar the same concentration as that found in the supermarket.
Delivered in a plastic bottle that is curb side recyclable in NZ. Lid is waste. Bottles can be refilled at selected locations.
Urban and non-urban/ rural shipping to street address – set price per order not by weight. Orders are packed in cardboard boxes and sent via tracked courier.
$10 Courier to Urban & business addresses, as set out by Post haste boundaries.
$15.50 Courier Non-urban and Rural addresses as set out by Post Haste boundaries.
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We pack orders 3+ times a week and after leaving Figgy HQ have a target delivery of 1-2 days for urban deliveries and 2-4 days for non-urban and rural.
All parcels will have a tracking link that will be emailed to you. For rural deliveries, Post Haste contracts NZ post to complete rural delivery where they do not have drivers.
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No! Using white vinegar as a fabric softener works a treat! It will leave your clothes smelling fresh and neutral after drying thanks to the deodorising vinegar does. All the smell of vinegar goes completely once your clothes are dry.
Yes you can. First clean the area with hot soapy water. We suggest using your vinegar as a 6% strength spray and leaving contact with the surface for at least 30 minutes. Essential oils such as Tea tree can also be added to the vinegar to aid in mould control. Make a 6% solution by using 300ml vinegar with 150ml water.