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I would like to know this too. Actually, I want to use it to spray left over beef and bacon loaf to sit in the fridge over night.
Vinegar in a spray bottle works wonders. Acid disolves and washes away all petroleum bases pesticides and helps kill bacteria.
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America's Test Kitchen recommends a solution of 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar and claim that it removes 98% of bacteria.
Dave mentions GSE and Vodka on the Joe Rogan podcast as a way to keep mycotoxin growth on left overs down. I hear what you guys are saying about bacteria, but what about fungus?
Reminded me of an older article...
Not to revive a dead thread, but found this....
(ripoff of above link perhaps) http://www.clean-and-green-tips.com/Green-cleaning-DIY/vodka-spray-cleaner.html
Not directly relevant to thread:
(body spray) http://www.ourhomemadehappiness.com/2013/02/homemade-body-spray-perfume.html
(bug repellant) http://frugallysustainable.com/2012/03/handmade-natural-bug-repellent-spray-a-recipe/