Fluff up wool sweaters by adding a few capfuls of vinegar to the rinse cycle.
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Vinegar as Garbage Disposal Deodorizer
Deodorize a garbage disposal. Make vinegar ice cubes and feed them down the disposal. After grinding, run cold water through the drain.
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Vinegar as Bath Booster
Add 1/2 cup of vinegar to the water to soothe dry skin—and get a cleaner bath tub. An essential oil can help counteract the smell.
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Vinegar as Sticker Remover
Dislodge a stubborn price sticker. Paint with several coats of vinegar, let it sit for five minutes, then wipe away.
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Vinegar as Odor Remover
After chopping onions, scrub your hands with salt and a splash of vinegar to eliminate the smell.
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Vinegar as Coffeemaker Cleaner
Clean a coffeemaker or a tea kettle by making a pot using a mixture of water and vinegar. Follow with several cycles of water to rinse.
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Clean Salt-Stained Shoes With White Vinegar
Original purpose: Pickling. Aha! use: Cleaning salt-stained leather and suede shoes. Make a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water. Dab it onto a cotton rag (or a nylon-bristle brush if you’re cleaning suede), rub gently over the entire shoe, then let dry. Reward: Step through slush without fear of ruining your favorite boots.
8 of 8David Prince
Vinegar as Egg Stain
To instantly distinguish hard-boiled eggs from the uncooked ones in the carton, add a couple of tablespoons of vinegar to the water when you're boiling them.