✒ 15 Awesome Things You Can Do With Vinegar

Vinegar is a multi talent in disinfection, removing stains and crusts, healing and much much more.
Here are just 15 Tips and Trick you might find helpful.

In the Kitchen

1. Coffee and Tea stains
Create your own ecological scrub, by mixing equal amounts of vinegar and Baking Soda, or vinegar and salt, to scrub the stains away.

2. Odours in fridge and kitchen
by cleaning with a solution of half Vinegar and half water or with pure vinegar.

4. Germs
Sanitise your home by spraying the areas with 100% vinegar and wipe with a damp cloth.

In the Bathroom

5. Limescale
Remove it by rubbing the affected areas with a cloth and a paste of 1 Teaspoon of vinegar and 5 Teaspoons of salt.

6. Toilet stains
Pour White distilled Vinegar in your toilet, let it sit over night. Brush thoroughly in the morning, to remove the remaining stains/lime scale.


7. Sweat stains
Rub White Vinegar into the stains and wash the clothes normally afterwards. The stains will disappear.

8. Static Cling
Stop the static cling of clothes by giving 1/2 cup of White Vinegar to your wash cycle.


9. Itchy Skin
For yourself and for pets.
Itchy skin patches can be eased with a mixture of 1/13 of White Vinegar and 2/3 of water.
Dampen a cloth with the mixture and rub it gentle 3 times daily on the irritated skin.

Home & DIY

10. Remove Carpet Stains
Make a paste of 1/4 of White Vinegar and 3/4 of Baking Soda or Salt. Rub the stain with it and let it fully dry. Vacuum the residue afterwards. (Test on a small area first.)

11. Felt Marker Pens
Renew felt marker pens by dipping the tip into White Vinegar. They will write again like new.

12. Paint Brushes
Clean clumped and old looking paint brushes, by putting them for a while in hot vinegar, which will loosen the old paint residues.


13. Weeds
Pour 100% White Vinegar on weeds, to kill them. Pet-friendly method.

14. Keep Cats out of Kid’s Sandbox
Spray White Vinegar around the box.

15. Vegetable and Fruit Stains
To remove stains from your hands and working area, Wash each with pure White Vinegar.


Photo by: MT

  • April 29, 2015
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