- Remove light scorch marks from fabrics.
- Eliminate animal urine stains from carpet.
- Grow beautiful azaleas.
- Kill unwanted grass like weeds.
- Kill germs on bathroom fixtures.
- Clean soap scum, mildew, and grime from bathtub, tile, and shower curtains.
- Clean a toilet bowl.
- Unclog a shower head.
- Awesome solution for mopping the floor with.
- Clean grout haze.
- Retard patching plaster from drying.
- Wash walls.
- Remove wallpaper.
- Clean windows.
- Prolong the life of flowers in a vase.
- Deodorize the air.
- Deodorize a room filled with cigarette smoke or paint fumes.
- Repel ants.
- Fish bowl cleaner.
- Clean paintbrushes.
- Keep drains open.
- Prolong and brighten propane lanterns.
- Cleaning and deodorizing cages and litter pans for small animals
- Remove decals or bumper stickers or price tag.
- Prevent ice from forming on a car windshield overnight.
Rub lightly with white vinegar, then wipe with a clean cloth.
Blot up urine, flush several times with lukewarm water, then apply a mixture of equal parts white vinegar and cool water. Blot up, rinse, and let dry.
Vinegar Uses For The Garden
Occasionally water plants with a mixture of two tablespoons white vinegar to one quart water. Azaleas love acidic soil.
Pour white vinegar in crevices and between bricks.
Vinegar Uses For The Toilet
Use one part vinegar to one part water in a spray bottle. Spray the bathroom fixtures and floor, then wipe clean.
Simply wipe the surface with white vinegar and rinse with water.
Pour in one cup of white vinegar, let it stand for five minutes, and flush.
Unscrew the shower head, remove the rubber washer, place the head in a pot filled with equal parts vinegar and water, bring to a boil, then simmer for five minutes.
Vinegar Uses For Inside The House
Fill the bucket with 1/3 white vinegar and 2/3 water and mop. Extremely efficient and many times cheaper than commercial products.
Cleaning grout haze or bricks of excess mortar is much easier with vinegar mixed in water than water alone.
Add one tablespoon white vinegar to the water when mixing plaster to slow the drying time.
Wipe down your walls with a vinegar water mixture, which helps absorb odors and clean surfaces.
Mix equal parts vinegar and hot water. Use a paint roller to wet the paper thoroughly with the mixture. Repeat. Paper should peal off in sheets.
Use undiluted vinegar in a spray bottle. Dry with a soft cloth.
Add two tablespoons of white vinegar plus three tablespoons of sugar per quart of warm water. Stems should be in three to four inches of water.
Vinegar is a natural air freshener when sprayed in a room.
Place a small bowl of white vinegar in the room.
Use a spray bottle or mister filled with a solution of equal parts vinegar and water around door jambs, window sills, water pipes, and foundation cracks.
Eliminate that ugly deposit in the gold fish tank by rubbing it with a cloth dipped in vinegar and rinsing well.
Simmer paint brushes in pure vinegar, then wash in hot soapy water.
Vinegar Uses For Outside The House
Pour one-half box of old baking soda down the drain followed by one cup white vinegar. When the bubbling stops, run the hot water.
Soak new wicks for several hours in white vinegar and let them dry before inserting. Propane lanterns will burn longer and brighter on the same amount of fuel.
Soak a cloth in equal parts vinegar and water. Spray clean the cages and litter pans before wiping it.
Vinegar Uses For The Car
Soak a cloth in vinegar and cover the decal or bumper sticker for several minutes until the vinegar soaks in. The decals and bumper stickers should peel off easily.
Coat the window with a solution of three parts vinegar to one part water.
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