Inventing new juice,

Techman

Major Contributor
I am inventing a brand new application juice. All the recipes i see are all at least 15 yrs old. Anything that old is just begging to be updated. Not one of them uses the good stuff such as good old high test vinegar.

So, where can I get a 5 gallon container of 10% or 15% vinegar?
 

CheapVehicleWrap

Very Active Member
I'd start here:

1) Take a 5 gallon jug preferable with a spigot.
2) Fill said jug with 85-90% water. Distilled may be best.
3) Fill remainder of jug with 10-15% vinegar.
4) Shake & pour.

That should do it.
 

Garbus

Member
Vinegar???

THat I didn't see coming... This might be a good idea... but what about the smell??? do you think the 90/10 solution takes care of that?
 
Justin Pate uses vinegar/water for general cleaning and alcohol/water as a degreaser.

I have 4-5 bottles of each on the shelf inthe garage at home from when I took his wrap class last year.
 

MikePro

Major Contributor
Large quantity vinegar supplier? Try Sysco or whatever food supplier services your area... Or just ask a restaurant owner if they'll order it for u.

+1 to the smell. My soap n water mix saves on my water bill, less showers necessary throughout the day
 

splizaat

Very Active Member
Windex with Vinegar! :) someone let me know how it works. hahaha


Also bulk vinegar at Cash and Carry. COSTCO. etc
 

Kentucky Wraps

Kentucky Wraps
I am inventing a brand new application juice. All the recipes i see are all at least 15 yrs old. Anything that old is just begging to be updated. Not one of them uses the good stuff such as good old high test vinegar.

So, where can I get a 5 gallon container of 10% or 15% vinegar?

Been using Vinegar for quite some time. I'm not sure what's new about that...in fact...that's gotta be one of the oldest ones there is. Or is this a joke?
 
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