Aging, greying socks, bras and undies can be whitened and brightened by boiling 1.5 litres of water with 1 cup of white vinegar and soaking overnight.
Mould on ceilings, walls, tiles, shower curtains and outdoor furniture can be removed by spraying vinegar and wiping it off. Most won’t even require any elbow grease.
Equal parts white vinegar and lemon combine to make a cheap and chemical-free furniture polish. Rub in with a soft cloth and immediately wipe dry.
If little Jimmy has unleashed his inner Van Gogh on the walls, a little white vinegar and a toothbrush should remedy the problem. Try a small test patch before attacking the entire mural to avoid the unlikely case of an adverse reaction.
Apple cider vinegar is great for unsightly toilet stains. Pour into a spray bottle, go crazy and leave the vinegar overnight for a gleaming white bowl.
Spray apple cider vinegar directly on weeds to eliminate them. It doesn’t matter if your pets eat where you have sprayed, apple cider vinegar is also great for getting rid of pesky fleas.
If you’ve decided to live on the wild side and indulge in dairy products despite being lactose intolerant, one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a bit of warm water in a shot glass could become your new best friend. Within 10–20 minutes you should be experiencing relief from those guttural gurgles.
If your family cat has ever peed inside, you’ll know how pungent the pong is. With equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water, you can eliminate the smell. If the cat has peed on your clothes, add a capful or two into your wash cycle, then hang outside on the clothe sline to air. Cats don’t really like the smell of vinegar so it can also work as a deterrent.
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