Vinegar is not just for Salads
Remove stubborn stains from furniture upholstery and clothes. Apply vinegar directly to the stain, then wash as directed by the manufacturer's instructions.
Kill germs on bathroom fixtures. Use one part water in a spray bottle. Spray the bathroom fixtures and floor, then wipe clean.
Clean soap scum, mildew, and grime from bathtub, tile, and shower curtains. Simply wipe the surface with vinegar and rinse with water.
Clean food-stained pots and pans. Fill the pots and pans with vinegar and let stand for 30 minutes. Then rinse in hot, soapy water.
Keep a garbage disposal clean and smelling fresh. Mix 1 cup of vinegar in enough water to fill an ice cube tray, freeze the mixture, grind the cubes through the disposal, and flush with cold water.
Clean a toliet bowl. Pour in one cup of vinegar, let it stand for 5 minutes, and flush.
Prevent soapy film on glassware. Place 1 cup vinegar on the bottom rack of your diswasher, run for 5 minutes, then run though full cycle. Run vinegar through dishwasher once a month.
Keep drains open.
Pour one-half box of old baking soda down the drain followed by 1 cup vinegar. When the bubbling stops, run the hot water.
Clean windows. Use undiluted vinegar in a spray bottle. Dry with soft cloth or use a squeegie.
Eliminate animal urine stains from carpet. Blot up urine, flush several times with lukewarm water, then apply a mixture of equal parts of vinegar and cool water. Blot up, rinse, and let dry.
White vinegar is pefrect for tough, hard-to-shift stains and its disinfectant properties make it a great all-round cleaner. Remove stubborn bathtub stains with a solution of 1 part distilled white vinegar to 5 parts water.