|Glass on the right is vinegar mix before washing, Glass on the left is vinegar mix AFTER washing|
I use a vinegar fruit wash to clean my produce, it helps reduce mould growth (great for berries), kills any surface bacteria and helps to break down the waxes and pesticides on commercially grown fruit.
My recipe is
1 part vinegar
4 parts water
1 tiny squidge of eco grade diswashing liquid - less than a drop. This breaks the surface tension and acts as a wetting agent.
Submerge your fruit in this mix for 3 minutes before rinsing off.
You can also make a 50/50 mix to put in a spray bottle for bigger fruit that won't handle soaking even for short periods.