Cleaning Using Vinegar
Here are some tips we thought you should know on cleaning with White Distilled Vinegar
- To keep all your household countertops looking good and smelling fresh, just soak a rag in white distilled vinegar and wipe your countertops down.
- To give your microwave that good, quick deep disinfecting. Take half a cup of white distilled vinegar and half a cup of hot water and bring it to a boil in your microwave. Afterward, you can just wipe clean.
- You can pour a cup of white vinegar into your empty dishwasher and running a full cycle, to keep it clean and smelling fresh.
- For ants who keep coming in your house, just spray straight undiluted white vinegar around every outside entrance you have to your home. (Doors, Windows, even around some appliances).
- You can kill germs in your bathroom by wiping down every square inch of your tub, countertops, shower, toilet, and tiling with a wet rag soaked in white vinegar.
- You can deodorize your toilet by letting 3 cups of white distilled vinegar sit for about half an hour or so before flushing your toilet.
- To clean wood paneling around your house combine 1/4 cup of olive oil, half a cup of white vinegar, and two cups of lukewarm water. Proceed by wiping down and letting it air dry.
- To make baby bottles look good as new fill the bottles with half and half of hot water and vinegar. Let it sit for about an hour or so, then scrub out with a bottle brush until it's clean.
- Get rid of that cigarette smell from your clothes by filling your bathtub with the hottest water possible and 1 cup of white vinegar. Drape or hang your clothes above the tub and close your door. After about an hour or so the steam from the vinegar and hot water should have taken the smell right out.
- Most stains can be removed from your clothes before washing by soaking the stain with white distilled vinegar.
- You can give leather bags, shoes, or accessories a better look and shine to them by wiping them down with distilled vinegar.
- If lint is always sticking to your clothes, you can easily fix that problem by adding half a cup of white distilled vinegar to your wash cycle every time you start your laundry.
- You can make your old and dirty white clothes just as white again by putting a cup of white vinegar into a large pot of boiling water. Once they are boiling steadily, drop your whites in and let them sit overnight.
- To get rid of pet odors, sprinkle a layer of baking soda onto the surface. Let it sit overnight. The next day you vacuum it up and wash and rinse with white vinegar. Let it air dry.
- You can make your bright clothes even brighter by adding half a cup of white vinegar to your rinse cycle when needed.
- If your food containers have a smell to them or are stained, wipe them out with a wet white vinegar-soaked cloth.
- You can clean the walls and shelves of your refrigerator by wiping them down with half water, half vinegar solution.