8 Daily Uses of Vinegar


Vinegar has been in use for many years & traces its heritage to China, as do many other condiments & staples of the present diet. In the starting, vinegar was disdained as a drink due to its harsh sharp taste but was soon incorporated into a myriad of foodstuffs & other uses. So 8 daily uses of vinegar are given below.

Daily uses of vinegar:

1. Brighten coffee cups & teacups:

Softly scrub stains with equal parts salt (or baking soda) and vinegar.

  1. Neaten up the fridge:

Clean the walls and shelves with a mixture of half vinegar and half water.

  1. Kill toilet germs:

Spray it around the tub and sink. Wipe clean with a damp piece of cloth.

  1. Eliminate odors:

Swab plastic dishes with a piece of cloth dampened with it.

  1. Tidy up a bathroom:

Pour a cup or more of diluted white distilled vinegar into the basin. Let sit some hours or overnight. Scrub well with a bathroom brush and flush.

  1. Save your clothes:

To eliminate light scorch marks on clothes, scrub gently with it. Then wipe with a clean fabric. This technique also works on antiperspirant stains.

  1. Renovate paint brushes:

To eliminate old paint, place brushes in a container with vinegar. Soak for an hour, and then turn on the stove & bring the vinegar to a simmer. Drain & rinse clean.

  1. Remove carpet stain:

Make a solution of 2 tablespoons white distilled vinegar & ¼ cup baking soda or salt. Then rub into the stain and let dry. Vacuum the rest the next day (Always test an out-of-sight portion of the carpet first.)

Just Imagine a kitchenette without at least 1 bottle of vinegar, but more likely some other varieties, including red wine, apple cider & balsamic. As many flavored bottles continue to flourish, its status extends to the thousands of many other uses, counting pickling, salad dressings and a myriad of others. It is undoubtedly a staple of the whole world.

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