2nd October 2019


What would happen if you mix vinegar with a solution of ammonia?

In terms of pH, explain what would happen if you mixed vinegar with a solution of ammonia. Vinegar is an acid and ammonia is a base, so a neutralization reaction would occur. The pH would be closer to 7 than either vinegar or ammonia alone. A salt and water would be produced.

Is it OK to mix ammonia and baking soda?

The folks over at Apartment Therapy recommend weekly cleaning with hot water and a bit of dishwashing soap, but for occasional deep cleaning, they turn to baking soda and ammonia. Just mix 1/4 cup of ammonia and 1/4 cup of baking soda into a paste. Scrub the porcelain with a non-abrasive sponge and rinse well.
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