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Vinegar and its daily uses « It’s A Breeze Blog
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Vinegar and its daily uses

Vinegar may not smell the greatest, however it has many uses around the house. Vinegar is fairly inexpensive and is a great cleaning product. Distilled white vinegar is recommended for the uses listed below.

  • Having trouble getting a price tag off? Soak a cloth in vinegar, lay over the price tag, and let it sit overnight. More
  • Fruit Flies? Set a small bowl out with vinegar in it, the flies will be attracted to it and drown. More
  • Dirty Microwave? Heat a 50/50 mixture of vinegar and water in the microwave, wait until it steams, then wipe clean. More
  • Weeds? Add vinegar to a spray bottle or hand-pump compressed-air sprayer and spray on weeds. More
  • Chrome trim need shining? Apply full strength vinegar to a cloth and polish away. More
  • Dog get sprayed by a skunk? Rub full strength vinegar through dogs fur. More
  • Greasy dishes? Add a tablespoon of vinegar to hot soapy water for washing. More
  • Soap build up on your glasses? Once a month run the dishwasher with a cup of vinegar to help reduce the soap build up on dishes and the dishwasher. More
  • Dirty Coffeemaker? Fill coffee pot with full strength vinegar and let soak. More
  • Pet Mess? Mix 2/3 warm water and 1/3 vinegar. Pour the mixture on the affected area, rub gently with a cloth, soak up excess liquid and let the area dry. More
  • Crayon marks on your walls? Mix half warm water and half vinegar, apply to a cloth or sponge and scrub the wall. More

Try vinegar as an alternative to chemicals to get things looking sparkling clean!

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