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Do you need goggles for the baking soda and vinegar experiment?
Question Date: 2015-12-15
Answer 1:

Yes, you need goggles for this experiment. Safety is the main issue when we work doing experiments, no matter they nature. You have to protect yourself always.

This is an experiment where we do not expect and explosion, but still you do not want the vinegar in your eyes. If you already wear glasses, they can protect your eyes. Try to always be in the safe side of any experiment

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