The 5 Dirtiest Things In Your House And How To Clean Them

Dated: 09/09/2019

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The 5 Dirtiest Things in Your House and How to Clean Them

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Your grandmother used it. And so did her grandmother. And now it is your turn to explore one of the most popular cleaning products available in your kitchen. If you didn’t guess it, we are talking about white vinegar.

There are hundreds of uses of white vinegar. Let’s explore the top 10 household uses for white vinegar.

1. Rinsing Agent

If you want to get your plates, glasses and other dishes sparkling clean, use white vinegar as a rinsing agent in your dishwasher. Don’t worry, the smell will go away. 

2. Tile Cleaning

Most people prefer to use bleach on discolored tiles, but white vinegar is a much better, safer, and cheaper way to whiten the tiles. Spray vinegar on tiles and grout, let it soak for half an hour, then clean it off using a toothbrush and water.  

3. Kitchen Cleaning

White vinegar has exceptional uses for kitchen cleaning as well. You can use diluted vinegar to clean your coffee maker. When mixed with salt, it can clean even sterling silver, stainless-steel cookware, and cutting boards.

4. Hard Water Stains

If you notice your bathtub has lime deposits caused by hard water, remove them with the help of white vinegar.

5. Pet Stain Remover

If you have a pet, this natural stain removal will save you a lot of money that you are going to spend on the expensive stain remover. Try it on stains your pet leaves in your living room and other areas of your home.  

6. Foot Soak for Smooth Feet

Vinegar for foot soak may sound crazy, but it really works. It is easy to use, affordable, and your feet will feel soft afterward.

7. Stinky Feet Remedy

When you take vinegar foot soak a few times a week, not just it makes your feet soft and subtle but also keeps them smelling fresh. 

8. Weed Killer

Most people are not aware; white vinegar acts as a natural weed killer. You can directly pour a few drops of white vinegar on weeds.

9. Glass Cleaner

White vinegar also makes a good glass cleaner. You can use it to clean windows and your car windshield. It is also quite effective in removing tough stains in killing germs. If you have a bumper sticker on your car that you don’t want display any longer, use undiluted vinegar to remove it.

Note: As vinegar is acidic, it may ruin motor parts. So use it carefully.

10. Laundry Stains

White vinegar has a myriad of laundry-related uses as well. For instance, it can be used to remove stains of tomato sauce, mustard, ketchup and more.

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Dakota A. Riley

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