Taste-wise, white vinegar is the sharpest stuff around, so being careful when you're cooking with it is important.
White vinegar is comprised of acetic acid (about 5-10%) and water (about 90-95%), which yields a vinegar with an incredibly clean, crisp, strong taste.
Distilled vinegar is used not only for cooking, but as well as for cleaning, baking, meat preservation, pickling, and sometimes even for laboratory and medicinal purposes.
Since white or spirit vinegar contains a higher percentage of acidic content, it is more ideal as a household cleaning agent.
It is available in different packing 500 g, 900 g, 3 liter and ....