Can boiling of water containing vinegar, kill bacteria ?



Answer:
Boiling itself will kill bacteria. You don't need vinegar. Just give enough time boiling (a few minutes).
It will definitely kill bacteria , but not with the vinegar. It's always safer to use soap and other cleaning products along too though. For example, with dishes, you can let them sit in boiling water to clean off the bacteria, but it's always better to use dishwashing soap after.

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