I'm surprised how many people do not know the many great uses of Vinegar when it's purpose to help clean. Using Vinegar instead of some of the expensive cleaning products out there will help you save money while also getting the job done!
I use Distilled White Vinegar for my DIY Cleaning Purposes.
Cleaning with vinegar is non-toxic, and a great green way to save money. It is safe and natural and when mixed in a 1/1 ratio with water, can clean everything pretty much in any room of your house, including your mirrors and your windows. However, do not use Vinegar on things like marble or granite when cleaning.
Vinegar helps remove grease easily and effectively as it cuts through it rather quickly.
Did you know that you can also use vinegar in the rinse aid compartment of your dishwasher? Vinegar works well to clean the dishes and keep them spot free. Consider White Vinegar instead of commercial brands like Jet Dry to save extra money.
You can make your toilet bowl sparkle, just pour in a cup white distilled vinegar with the 1/1 Water Ratio and let it sit several hours. Scrub well with the toilet brush and flush.
Make a solution of 1 teaspoon of baking soda, 2 tablespoons of vinegar, and 1 1/2 cups of water to spray in the bathroom to disinfect and freshen the air.
Wash carpet and remove stains with a solution of 1 cup white distilled vinegar in 1 bucket of warm water.
Remove decals off walls by letting vinegar (no water mix) soak into them for several minutes and then peeling off.
Vinegar makes an economical floor cleaner when combined with warm water and a few drops of dish washing liquid.
Vinegar is excellent to clean stainless steel fixtures and will make them shiny in no time. Just make the 1/1 ratio with water and use to shine them right up.
For stained plastic containers from food, just wipe them with a cloth dampened with white distilled vinegar to remove stains and deodorize as well.
What ways do you clean and use Vinegar to live more Frugal? Please share in the comments below!
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