Maybe things have changed since I took Chemistry back in the 60s and 70s, but combining vinegar (acetic acid) with baking soda (sodium carbonate) produces an instant and vigorous chemical reaction that produces salt (sodium chloride), carbon dioxide (you know, that pesky greenhouse gas and is what is inside the fun little bubbles), and water. So, what is working here? Probably the action of the salt on detergent (they don't like each other).
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