Liters to Centiliters Converter
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How to convert liters to centiliters and centiliters to litersHow to use the liters to centiliters converterFAQsWelcome to our liters to centiliters converter! Unsurprisingly, this tool is ideal for converting liters into centiliters and centiliters into liters. But that's not all! You can use this converter as a general volume converter, switching between liters and cubic meters, milliliters and cubic decimeters, and much more.
Read on to find out:
 How to convert liters to centiliters;
 How to convert centiliters to liters; and
 How to use our liters to centiliters converter.
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How to convert liters to centiliters and centiliters to liters
Both centiliters and liters are metric units of volume. This makes their conversion very straightforward.
Liter to centiliter conversion
1 l ⇋ 100 cl
Centiliter to liter conversion
1 cl ⇋ 0.01 l
Easy. Isn't it?
But, sometimes, conversions are a little more complicated. For example, switching from metric to imperial units can be an absolute nightmare. That's why we've created the metric to imperial and imperial to metric converters. Try them!
How to use the liters to centiliters converter
Our liters to centiliters converter is very easy to use. Let's take an example: Suppose you want to convert 0.5 liters of milk into centiliters.

Enter
0.5
in the first field, Volume in liters (l). 
Your result is displayed in the second field, Volume in centiliters (cl):
50 cl
. 
That's it! If you want to see your results in other units, expand the More conversion options section by clicking on it. A new field Volume in other units appears. You can change the units in this field by clicking on them and see the conversion in cubic decimeters, milliliters, and many others.
Now, let's say you want to convert 25 cl of water into liters. As our tool works in both directions, you can use it as a centiliters to liters converter. All you have to do is:

Input
25
in the second field, Volume in centiliters (cl). 
Your result is now displayed in the first field, Volume in liters (l):
0.25 l
. 
Voilà! Now, our converter holds no secrets for you.
If you never want to make a conversion mistake again, check out our other converters, such as our weight converter or density converter.
How do I convert l to cl?
To convert liters into centiliters, follow the steps below:
 Write down the volume in liters.
 Multiply the volume in liters by 100.
 That's it! You've just converted a volume in liters into centiliters.
How do I convert cl to l?
To convert centiliters into liters, follow the steps below:
 Write down the volume in centiliters.
 Divide the volume in centiliters by 100.
 That's it! You've just converted a volume in centiliters into liters.
How many cl makes 1 l?
100. There is indeed 100 cl in 1 liter. To convert centiliters to liters and liters to centiliters, you can use the formulas below:
 1 l = 100 × 1 cl = 100 cl
and
 1 cl = 1 l / 100 = 0.01 l
Which is bigger 50cl or 500ml?
50 cl is equal to 500 ml. To make the comparison easier, let's convert both into liters:
 50 cl = 1 l / 100 × 50 = 0.5 l
and
 500 ml = 1 l / 1000 × 500 = 0.5 l
As you can see, 50 cl and 500 ml are both equal to 0.5 l.