What is the difference between distilled vinegar and vinegar?

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The difference between distilled vinegar and vinegar is largely attributed to the acidic content difference between the two. While both distilled vinegar and vinegar can be used at home, distilled vinegar is generally much less acidic with a range of 5-8% acidity than vinegar which ranges in acidity from 5%-20%.
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