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These Uses of Coca Cola Show That it Does Not Belong in the Human Body!

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Coca cola is one of the most popular soft drinks in the world with equally one of the highest consumption rates in the soft drink industry. However, the drink can be used in many other ways other than as a drink since it was discovered that it is highly acidic, it has been found to have a pH of 2.5 ,batteries have a pH of 1, while pure water has a pH of 7! Here are some of the other ways you can use this soft drink:

Removes grease stains from almost all surfaces.
Removes rust and loosens rusty bolts.
Removes blood stains effectively.
Removes oil stains.
Kills snugs and snails on your plants.
Cleans burnt in grease from pots and pans.
Can descale a kettle.
Cleans car battery terminals.
Cleans car engines.
Can restore the shine of pennies and coins.
Cleans grout off kitchen floors.
Can dissolve a tooth if left in a container!
Removes gum stuck to hairs.
Removes stains from fine china.
Add 2 liters of Coke in a dirty pool to clean the rust.
Removes dye from hair.
Removes marker stains.
Cleans toilets.
Can make chrome shiny again.
Strips pain off furniture.

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