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Cleaning Vinegar and Concentrate Refills

 

Why We Love It: Vinegar is a versatile staple for cleaning and deodorizing. From cooktops and counters to bathroom surfaces and even into the garage and garden, vinegar can help eliminate unwanted odors and residues naturally.

Pre-Filled Container or Refill:

Pre-Filled Container or Refill

Sale price$8.78

In-Store Refill Price: Concentrate 46¢ per oz.

Use & Care

This 20% vinegar needs to be diluted with a ratio of 1:3 - one part vinegar to three parts water. It is a concentrate and should never be used undiluted on most surfaces. Use your vinegar and water solution to achieve streak-free windows and shower doors, or to clean your bathtub. Add 1/2 cup of the diluted finished product to your laundry to deodorize or add 1 cup during the rinse cycle for a natural fabric softener.

Ingredients

Pure 20% vinegar, derived from corn, made in the USA.


  • Palm Free
  • Soy Free
  • Gluten Free

End of Life

Refills come in a BPA-free pouch made with 93% less plastic than a plastic bottle. All refill pouches should be returned to us in the envelope you receive with your order which includes pre-paid postage. Simply empty the pouch contents into your own container, give it a quick rinse with water, and then place the empty pouch back in the mail for us to clean and refill for the next customer.


Recycle glass bottles. Plastic spray tops may be returned to The Good Fill store locations to be recycled through TerraCycle.


Bottles in shipped orders come wrapped in 100% recycled newsprint paper made entirely from post-consumer and/or post-industrial content. Paper can be recycled or composted (at home or industrially).


**Please return locally delivered refill pouches back to our stores for re-use.

Cleaning Vinegar and Concentrate Refills
Cleaning Vinegar and Concentrate Refills Sale price$8.78

Customer Reviews

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Rachael Sylvester
Versatile cleaning tool!

This vinegar works great - and is super concentrated. A little goes a long way on all of our cleaning - cleaning out appliances and removing water stains from stainless appliances, cleaning all bathroom surfaces and the tub/toilet. We use this frequently!

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Mariah Konchan
Slight increase in expense, but worth it.

I use vinegar to clean almost everything in my entire apartment. This vinegar works exactly as well as vinegar you can find at the grocery store, but is slightly more expensive, which is 100% worth it because it doesn't come in a plastic bottle, like other vinegar does. I have dozens of jars that I fill a quarter of the way up with the 20% vinegar concentrate, then fill the rest of the way with tap water. Ready to use! I use it in my laundry for deodorizing, and I find that my line-dried clothes don't get static-y when I use it. I use this vinegar to clean plenty of other things, too!

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Natalie
Functional and Affordable

I love the vinegar concentrate and will definitely continue to purchase in the future! I love that they offer a concentrate in a pouch and that they send you a envelope to send the pouch back to be reused. I came across this product after searching for an alternative to plastic bottled vinegar in stores. I use a lot of vinegar for laundry and general household cleaning and this allows me to reduce both the cost and packaging. I know some other reviews have stated that this is more expensive than vinegar in their local stores, however the concentrate (which gets diluted at a 1:3 ratio) is currently 46 cents/oz for a 32 oz refill. This means it makes 128 oz of vinegar (which comes out to approx. 13.45 cents per oz). At my local stores vinegar tends to come out to approximately .25-.35 cents per oz depending on the store, brand, and size.

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KL
Great product

Vinegar is so useful in so many ways. But the price is way higher than the big bottle sold in costco. Trying to find a way to re-use the gallon bottles.

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Katy
Super handy!

We use this all over the house — to clean mirrors/windows (works better than a lot of single use glass cleaners) to get rid of pet odors on our laundry, to do our regular washing machine tub cleans, and probably a bunch of other little things I can’t think of right now.