1: "Rinsing Grapes" Start by placing grapes in a colander and rinsing them under cold water for 30 seconds.

2: "Soaking Grapes" Soak the grapes in a bowl of water mixed with 1 cup of white vinegar for 5 minutes.

3: "Scrubbing Grapes" Gently scrub the grapes with your fingers to remove any dirt or residue.

4: "Drying Grapes" Pat the grapes dry with a clean towel or paper towel to remove excess moisture.

5: "Storing Grapes" Store washed grapes in a breathable container in the refrigerator for up to a week.

6: "Avoiding Mold" Make sure grapes are completely dry before storing to prevent mold growth.

7: "Refreshing Grapes" Revive grapes by soaking them in cold water for a few minutes before serving.

8: "Enjoying Clean Grapes" Now that you know how to wash grapes properly, enjoy them as a healthy snack or in salads.

9: "Final Tips" Remember to always wash grapes before eating, even if they are labeled "pre-washed" for the safest consumption.