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am all out of dandelions so was wondering,got somewhere in the back of my mind that u put vinegar on a nettle sting,can someone just confirm that i'm right and not about to do something really nasty to my daughter?
I know it's vinegar for wasps and bicarb for a bee (alkali from the wasps, acid from the bee so they netralise each other). I'm pretty sure that nettle stings are acidic, so it would be bicarb. I think.