Rumour-mongers have claimed that CocaCola, due to its acidic nature, can be used to clean toilets and corroded car batteries, loosen rusted bolts and remove rust spots from car bumpers, get rid of grease from clothing and clean road haze from windshields.
It’s true there is a small amount of edible acid present in Coca-Cola – just as there is in many foods and drinks. And it’s quite possible that this edible acid could do the things the rumour-mongers claim. But we wouldn’t recommend using it for any of these purposes. Just stick to the regular cleaning products…
Did you know? The edible acid in Coca-Cola is perfectly safe to drink. It’s not even as strong as your natural stomach acid.
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