The Many Uses of Acid Water
Helps minimize acne, skin discoloration, bumps, or rashes.
Helps to make the skin smooth, and helps to improve the overall sheen and condition of your skin.
Rinse your hair with acidic water before and after shampooing to help minimize hair loss, dandruff, itchy scalp, and to improve the overall condition of your hair.
A great natural aftershave. Helps minimize rashes caused by shaving.
Add 2-3 gallons to your bath to improve skin condition.
Use for acid-loving house plants and outside plants.
Dip the stems in acidic water to extend the time they stay fresh. Also use water in vase.
Substitute acidic water for glass cleaner on glass, mirrors, metallic surfaces, and utensils.
Acidic water has a natural bleaching action.
Clean your house without chemicals. Remove dirt and grime, reduce odors, clean most surfaces with acidic water.
Wash your hands with acidic water. Keep some in a spray bottle to keep hands clean on-the-go.
Use as a warm water soak 20-30 minutes daily to speed recovery.
May help alleviate pain associated with burns and also speed recovery.
Helps speed recovery.
Helps keep skin clean and minimizes itching, plus accelerates recovery.
Relieves itch and sting.
Helps clean wounds and accelerate recovery.
Reduces redness and pain, and accelerates recovery.
Rinse fresh fruits and vegetables, meat and fish to help prevent contamination from e-coli and other types of bacteria.
Neutralizes strong odors, e.g. onion and garlic, on your hands. Use as an air freshener.
Keep cutting boards, countertops, and sinks clean. Rinse dishcloths and sponges to slow bacterial growth and stop odor.
Brush your teeth, massage your gums, use as a mouthwash, or gargle with acidic water (do not swallow).
After bathing, rinse your pets in acidic water for an overall healthier coat.