I'm guessing it will be okay but just to ask. We live in a small town that has a well and during the summer we have times we have to limit water for outside use (we are being hooked up this year to the closest city by the end of the summer/fall). Anyway I bought one of those 55 gallon blue plastic drums and filled it with water several months ago in anticipation of this. Anyway the drum was from Frito Lay and had vinager in it. I rinsed it out the best I could. I have it hooked up so I can use it with a hose hook up and was wondering if I could was the trailer and cars with it. The trailer is the laminated kind (not metal). Will there be any problems with the finish. I thought vinager was the meet all, clean all safe product. Thanks
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I don't think so. I was camped next to a couple that said each day after the sprinklers hit their fiver, they would lightly spritz it down with vinegar to stop the spotting. They'd been there during the whole summer and their rig still looked great.
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Vinegar is 3% acetic acid IIRC and after you diluted the pint or two left in the drum the concentration is so low that you don't need to worry about it. Not that brief contact with the full strength material would harm vehicle paint.
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