Unclog the Shower Head Corrosion may be removed from shower heads or faucets by soaking them in white distilled vinegar overnight. This may be easily accomplished by saturating a terry cloth towel in vinegar and wrapping it around the showerhead or faucet.
Toilet Bowl Cleaner Stubborn stains can be removed from the toilet by cleaning with white distilled vinegar and brushing vigorously. The bowl may be deodorized by adding 3 cups of white distilled vinegar. Allow it to remain for a half hour, then flush.
Shower Doors Rub down shower doors with a sponge soaked in white distilled vinegar to remove soap residue.
Bathtub Film Bathtub film can be removed by wiping with white distilled vinegar and then with soda. Rinse clean with water.
Remove Refrigerator Smells Place 1 cup apple cider vinegar in a glass and set in refrigerator. Within 2 days, any smell is gone!
Cleaner Dishes and Glasses Pour 1 ½ cup to 2 cups white distilled vinegar in the bottom of dishwasher, along with regular dishwasher soap. Wash full cycle.
Cleaning Stainless Steel Appliances Cleaning with vinegar makes it easier to remove streaks from stainless steel appliances. Apply vinegar with a soft cloth. Try in an inconspicuous place first.
Getting Rid of Fruit Flies/Gnats in Your Kitchen Place a bowl filled with ½ quart water, 2 Tbsp. sugar, 2 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar and a couple of drops of dish soap to attract the fruit flies. Always eliminate the source of attraction, i.e., ripened produce.
Ant Deterrent Ant invasions can sometimes be deterred by washing counter tops, cabinets and floors with white distilled vinegar.
Brass Polish Cleaning with vinegar helps your brass, copper and pewter to shine. Dissolve 1 teaspoon of salt in 1 cup of white distilled vinegar and stir in flour until it becomes a paste. Apply paste to the metals and let it stand for about 15 minutes. Rinse with clean warm water and polish until […]